Local gamers welcome the dawn of visual aesthetics with technical breakthroughs
As per tradition, a Taiwan Excellence pavilion, set up to honor the best made-in-Taiwan tech products, can be easily spotted at COMPUTEX 2019. The award is bestowed annually to the most innovative and visually stunning made-in-Taiwan products and inventions. Taking a stroll through the spotlight area, one can easily notice that the award this year honors countless breakthroughs in visual technology that features 4K definition capabilities.
From AVerMedia Technologies, Inc.’s Live Gamer ULTRA, a streaming and recording device that supports 4K HDR, to BenQ’s 4K HDR Eye-Care wide-color-gamut LED Display, as well as ATEN International Co., Ltd’s 4K HDMI over IP Extender, a technology that delivers visually lossless 4K AV signals with low latency over long distances via a standard gigabit network, the Taiwan Excellence pavilion is arguably the most important booth to visit for those seeking a visual feast when visiting the exhibition.
For the latest advancements in visual technology that feature 4K high-definition resolution, please visit the Taiwan Excellence pavilion.
Pavilion Details Located in Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 Booth No. I0108
This year’s COMPUTEX Forum, themed Pervasive Intelligence, began yesterday at the Taipei International Conference Center. The first session, titled “Disruptive Trends,” featured senior executives from six major firms that are making an impact on the global digital ecosystem with leading technologies and platforms.
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