All the news from Computex, the largest IT tradeshow in Asia.
Commentary: Razer didn't announce anything new at Computex, but its influence was evident across the show floor.
You don't always need a big budget to get a gaming rig.
Commentary: Being a gamer doesn't mean I automatically like having everything in customisable multicolored hues. Just stop.
This week's Taiwanese trade show is a great place for case modders to showcase their works, and they've put on quite a spectacle this time around.
Multiple displays, virtual keyboards that anticipate your every move -- the next big thing in laptops is coming this year.
You'll never need to learn how to say "where is the library?" again.
The AirPods add-on lets you charge your AirPods case on any Qi charging pad.
It's not the most powerful gaming laptop out there, but it's also only $999.
There's plenty of wacky and wild gadgets at Computex, but here's the tech that you'll want to burn a hole through your wallet.
The keyboard maker partners with Hong Kong ink artist Michael Chan for a work of art.
The PC peripherals maker showed off its new prototype gaming pod.
Silicon Valley can keep its tech giants -- there's no shortage of freaky and weird gadgets at Computex in Taiwan.