Computex 2013: ASUS Hosting Computex Livestream Tonight

Subject: General Tech | June 2, 2013 - 11:55 PM |
Tagged: livestream, gaming, computex 2013, asus

ASUS will be kicking off Computex 2013 with a livestream where the company will likely announce new products. The theme for the event is "We transform". The press conference will be held at 38 Songren Road Xinyi District, Taipei, 101 Taiwan, but for those not in attendance the livestream is in approximately 3 hours and allow enthusaists and press to cover the event from afar.

If you are a 'night owl,' insomniac, or just plain excited about new ASUS gear feel free to tune into the livestream at this link (or via the embedded stream below the break) and discuss any announcements in the comments below!

The livestream and press conference starts at 3:00am ET (3:00pm local Computex time).

I am expecting to see some new motherboards, graphics cards, and PCs from ASUS to complement the launch of Intel and NVIDIA's new CPU and GPU components. Perhaps we will finally see the launch of the rumored RAIDR PCI-E SSDs. It should make for a good show, so tune in if you can!

While you are waiting for the live stream to start, feel fee to check out Morry's review of the ASUS ROG Maximus VI Extreme Motherboard, a new Z87 motherboard!

Source: ASUS

June 3, 2013 | 03:39 AM - Posted by Dan (not verified)

holy cow intel dude was cringe worthy.

June 3, 2013 | 05:45 AM - Posted by djotter

Does anyone else have this embedded video auto-play every time you load the PCPer website? Kinda annoying.

June 3, 2013 | 06:35 AM - Posted by Tim (not verified)

yep. mighty anoying

June 3, 2013 | 06:55 AM - Posted by Tim Verry

Ah does it really? Sorry about that, I'll see what I can do to move it to the post itself.

It's not on the homepage excerpt now, just when you click into the story. Even when it was, it wasn't auto-playing for me so I didn't notice.

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