So now that Computex is over and everyone has a chance to 'digest' it what were the big take aways for you?
Asus does a robot…. meh.
VR everywhere... possibly the future (which was NOT 3D)... if the game titles show up. Give me CoD, BF, FO4, Oblivion, and a good racing game and it may just succeed.
IoT everywhere... meh. Eventually everything will be connected but I dont see it happening soon... as nothing made be go 'shut up and take my money'. Instead its 'and now it can connect to the Interwebz!'/ Blarg.
Booth babes... everywhere. Glad to see SJW wankers still havent screwed up everything. Maybe "peak annoyance" is past us!
Intel… 6950X. 'nuff said... for better or worse.
AMD is in serious trouble, but the 480 shows promise at being a great bang for the buck... but they dont have anything ready to take on the NV GTX 1080 so expect premium cards to just keep on being insanely priced.
NV... is thinking about expanding 'beyond' just video cards (and games). Many have tried to branch out from their core area... few succeed. Will be interesting to see if NV can do it. BUT aiming at cars, AI, and the server market is pretty aggressive. In the mean time they are in a good position.
MS... missed an opportunity. Want to kill off PS4 and other consoles... make Windows 10 become the XBox. Use a built in VM for security and bam every PC becomes a 'console'. Instead it was 'oh yeah... we are going to do the whole VR thing too.... kinda sorta'. Blarg.
Bunch of smaller companies had some innovative ideas, cool to see the 'little guy' is pushing the envelope and not just the usual suspects (who mainly stumbled this year).