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On stage at Computex, Microsoft showed off a number of recently launched Windows devices as well as some we hadn't seen before. Among these a HP 2-in-1 device and a 7-inch tablet from Toshiba.
Asus has announced plans to release the VivoPC Windows 8 home theater system, along with the VivoMouse, a device that combines the features of a PC mouse with a touchpad.
Asus is showing off a touch screen enabled version of its 11 inch Zenbook Prime Ultrabook that's being made for running Windows 8 at the Computex trade show this week.
AMD showed a prototype Windows 8 tablet with one of its Trinity A6 APUs at Computex this week but other details about what the tablet had inside were not revealed.
Acer has said that it has no plans to release a WindowsRT-based product that isn't a tablet device, meaning that WindowsRT-based notebooks and desktops will be in short supply.
At Computex this week, Samsung let the public see a Series 5 portable running on Windows 8 that's a hybrid of a notebook and a tablet, with a magnetic-based keyboard.
Samsung displayed an upcoming Series 7 all-in-one PC design at Computex this week which allows for both voice and touch screen controls with 10 finger touch support.
Toshiba is showing off some concept designs for products that would be running on Windows 8, including a tablet with a detachable keyboard and one with a sliding keyboard.
Lenovo is showing off a ThinkPad tablet running on Windows 8 at Computex this week. The 10.1 inch tablet has an Intel processor inside and over 10 hours of battery power.
Acer used its Computex press event to announced plans for two upcoming Windows 8-based tablets, including an 11.6 inch Iconia W700 and the 10.1 inch Iconia W510 model.
Acer has revealed plans to launch a new line of all-in-one PCs based on Windows 8. The 27 inch Aspire 7600U has a 64-point touch screen and the 23 inch Aspire 5600U is reportedly the thinnest AIO PC.
Acer has announced plans to release Windows 8 based touch screen Ultrabooks. The Aspire S7 Ultrabook will come in 13.3 inch and 11.6 inch models when they are released.
A new report, citing unnamed sources, claims that Acer, Asus and Toshiba all plan to show off upcoming Windows 8-based notebooks and tablets at Computex next week.
Viewsonic is teasing about some upcoming announcement it will make at Computex in early June, including a Windows 8 multi-touch display and a 22 inch "tablet" running Android 4.0.
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