Out of 222 contestants from nine countries and territories, the 2019 COMPUTEX d&i awards judges picked 60 products whose design, quality and innovation tower above the rest.
The jury awarded the Gold Award — the d&i awards’ highest honor — to two class-leading gaming products and one ICT flagship device, as well as the Specialty Award to two innovative platforms in the IoT Devices and Applications category and one groundbreaking system in the AR, VR Devices and Contents category.
COMPUTEX d&i Gold Award
ASUS ZenFone 6
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
1. Latest Flagship Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 855 Mobile Platform
2. 6.4-inch All-Screen NanoEdge Display with Corning® Gorilla® Glass 6
3. Long-lasting 5000mAh Battery with Quick Charge 4.0
4. Flip Camera: Front and Rear 48MP Sony IMX586 and 13MP Ultrawide
The all-new Predator Thronos reimagines the gaming chair for a new level of gamer. Its steel structure is 1.5 meters tall and comes in a menacing dual-tone black with white or blue accents. It puts the gamer in the game through deep impact vibration, vibrating the chair upon in-game impact. With an integrated Predator PC and triple Predator monitors, the Thronos is more than a gaming chair — it’s a gamer’s cave.
AMD Radeon™ VII
Advanced Micro Devices
The AMD Radeon™ VII is the world’s first 7 nm gaming graphics card. It is designed to deliver exceptional performance and amazing experiences for the latest AAA, esports and VR titles; demanding 3D rendering and video editing applications; and next-generation compute workloads. It offers ultra-high-quality visuals, uncompromising performance and immersive gaming experiences for gamers, creators and enthusiasts.
COMPUTEX d&i Specialty Award
Smart Parking Meter System
The Smart Parking Meter System is Taiwan’s first IoT-based parking solution. It integrates automatic occupancy detection, license plate recognition, a cloud platform and multi-payment technology.
Augmented Intelligence, Inc.
BodyMap is the Google Maps for the human body, taking medical education and simulation to a new level. It replicates human anatomy accurately in virtual reality, where the body can be manipulated in 3D.
The NeuLive is a smartphone-like brain recording/stimulation IoT device, ideal for collecting disease-related big data automatically from free-moving animals. Based on a customized, neuro-interfacing microchip, the NeuLive is lightweight and features wireless data transmission, remote control and autopilot capability.