Computex Taipei 2011– Day 1 Summary

Another managers meeting, another Taiwan game show another booth with babes, tech and loud music.

We are here once again in Taiwan (only at half strength, Tatyana and Eric are abroad) to promote our brand Tt eSPORTS.

What is Computex?

Computex is the world 3rd largest computer festival, designed solely for computer companies and corporate customers (it is not open to the public).

Here at computex, companies build new relationships, have business meetings, showcase new products and of course, go out to the clubs after hours.

What are Tt doing at computex?

Besides meeting up with companies and people from back home we are here to showcase our new products that are coming out on the market. Below I will give a short description of each product and some features;

The MEKA G Unit is Tt eSPORTS' new 'top of the range' mechanical keyboard. It features cherry black mechanical keys, extended audio and microphone ports, illuminated keys and 1000hz polling rate.

Main Features

- 1000hz Polling Rate

- Cherry Black Mechanical keys

- Illuminated keys

- Built-in memory (64kb)

- Media buttons

Each other product will be showcased day by day, keep posted for all the information!

Other products;

- Landon waterproof Mouse pad

- Theron Laser Mouse

- Sephira FPS Mouse

- Shock Spin HD Headset

- Azurues Mini FPS mouse

- Tt eSPORTS Dragon carry Bag

Not only do we have all of these awesome products to showcase, we have our very own SC2 player, White-Ra here to join us.

So keep checking back in this thread, there will be many more products to see, pictures of the lovely both babes and interviews with the one and only White-Ra.

Have a look at the video below;


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