Today HardwareHeaven had the opportunity to attend the Evolution Expo hosted by VIP Computers, UK Distributor. Here’s a round up of what was on show. Enjoy!
Today AMD were demonstrating their Eyefinity setups and introducing businesses to their Fusion Partner Program.
Antec’s eSports roots were present at their booth with several competitive gamers on the floor holding mini tournaments. As well as their power supply and liquid cooler range we also got a first hands on with some interesting audio products coming our way soon.
AOC had an impressive selection of displays, including a very luxurious iPod/iPhone dock screen, capable of outputting video directly from the device, with an Android version on the way.
The ASRock guru’s were keen to demonstrate their latest Z77 OC Formula board, designed by World Overclocking Champion, Nick Shih.
The focus for ASUS at today’s event was their extensive laptop range and mini-desktop solutions.
Edimax were demoing an impressive range of WiFi products, including their latest IP Camera, packed full of features.
FSP had their full range of power supplies on display, and some lesser known devices, such as univeral power supplies and solar battery packs.
Intel were looking to show just how capable the i Series onboard GPU’s really are, as well as demonstrating the latest Ultrabooks.
Laptops again were the focus for MSI’s booth.
Pushing the full NVIDIA experience was a fully kitted out racing seat, with full motion and 3D Surround graphics.
Palit had their full JetStream graphics cards lineup on display.
Seagate were keen to highlight their Wireless Satellite portable hard drive. Operating its own WiFi network, it can run for 7 hours off a single charge and stream different content to upto 8 devices, such as iPads and Android Tablets.
Seasonic again had their full range of high and mid range power supplies on display.
Shuttle some impressive small scale PC’s on display. With most of them almost capable of sliding into a traditional 5.1/4 drive bay.
As well as showing off some very unique looking CPU coolers, Zalman had a selection of periperals and hard drive enclosures to compliment their product ranges.