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Slideshow: The last Computex?

6/7/2012 10:49 PM EDT
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C VanDorne
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re: Slideshow: The last Computex?
C VanDorne   6/12/2012 12:42:55 PM
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Well, you've always got yourself. How about starting your own company? What's China doing now that Taiwan can't do? The answer should be: nothing.

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Sounder Chou   6/11/2012 1:29:31 AM
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Taiwanese engineers believe that Taiwan EE industry has been game over! We don't have any good company to choose.... It is a tragedy. 0rz

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junko.yoshida   6/9/2012 4:25:14 AM
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A good slide show along with an insightful commentary. You wrote: As the Taiwan-based PC industry grapples with the disruptive impact of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, there was little if anything on the show floor that was new, different or disruptive. These days, disruptive technology tends to reside in software. That's so true. I think you are right on the money. How do you differentiate and showcase what's really different about your products, if you are Taiwan companies? You can't just keep pumping out the same Ultrabooks at every show -- that won't justify a big show like Computex.

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elctrnx_lyf   6/8/2012 10:48:21 AM
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What could be the future options for Computex to evolve. There is mobile congress and there is CES to show mobiles. So computex can not show the same stuff.

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