CNET covered plenty during our four days of Computex in Taiwan. Here are the gadgets that stood out.
All the news from Computex 2014, the largest IT tradeshow in Asia.
Intel's Core M chip might be on the way -- and bringing new, thinner Windows tablets with it -- but until then, Intel's happy to show off an impressive array of existing tablets with Intel inside.
Say e-ink and you think e-readers, but the electronic paper is starting to pop up in smartwatches and phone cases, as we saw at Computex in Taiwan.
PC cases can be really boring. But at Computex there are always amazing cases to be found. From gorgeous designs available off the shelf to the creative work of serious modders, here's the best we saw at this year's show.
The Transformer Book T300 Chi is a 12.5-inch super-slim two-in-one and is just 7.3mm thin in tablet mode. Also announced was the Transformer Book V that runs both Android and Windows.
The Android-powered Z700 supports three SIM cards at once and comes with an LED front flash for taking the best selfies.
Impossibly thin at just 7.3mm in tablet mode, this 12.5-inch two-in-one from Asus is turning heads at Computex in Taiwan.
The Taiwanese tradeshow may not have the glitz and glamour of its Vegas counterpart, but it still serves as an important launch pad for new IT products slated for the second half of the year.
Computex 2014 promised a slew of wearable gadgets, but CNET's Nic Healey was unimpressed by the copycat offerings.
Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute demos its handheld 3D scanner, while XYZ shows off new Da Vinci 3D printers.