COMPUTEX — Ever since Nvidia formally launched its Ion chipset together with the Acer AspireRevo two months ago, it's been promising scores of additional Ion-based systems. (Two scores, to be precise—the exact quote is "over 40.")
At Computex today, we got to see a number of those new designs, both freshly released and upcoming. There was the AspireRevo and the Lenovo S12, of course, but also a decent number of other systems and motherboards from ASRock, Asus, ECS, Foxconn, MSI, Pegatron (Asus' contract manufacturing spin-off), and Zotac.
We grabbed some photos as we strolled around Nvidia's showcase, and we've shared them in the image gallery below. Enjoy!
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