Taiwan computer show set to open

Taiwan computer show set to open

Taiwan computer show set to open

Taiwan computer show set to open

Top Computex Taipei 2012 ultrabook exhibitors last year’s models, the first Taiwan-based Asustek and Acer PC manufacturers.

The laptops like the MacBook Air but run Windows operating systems and sell for less.

Many big names in the annual fair is expected to go quickly to the Tablet PC Windows eighth

 Taiwan computer show set to open

Microsoft expects the Android operating system has its own online store features Application tactile and easy to learn.

In previous versions of Windows have fallen behind Google smartphones and Apple IOS and Tablet PCs.

“In late 2012, Microsoft officially released Windows 8, so we’re getting a lot of products related to Computex and many Taiwanese companies are very interested,” said Thomas Huang, Taiwan External Trade Development Council.

The developers of the series, which is expected to attract 1,800 exhibitors and 120,000 visitors to launch servers and services that enable users to build their own cloud to store data without a hard drive.