Catch up with Computex 2016: Day two

Catch up with Computex 2016: Day two

Lots of VR love, lots of chips.

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    After yesterday's ASUS keynote, Computex has finally kicked off under the hot Taipei sunshine. The show is no stranger to a variety of unusual PC parts, including enthusiast motherboards, gaming keyboards and bizarre cases, so it was rather fitting that Intel used this opportunity to announce a $1,723 desktop processor today. In contrast, Qualcomm's new wearable chipset may seem less exciting, but it may well be powering your next fitness tracker. Looking beyond components, HTC has set up several demos at Computex and we had a blast trying them out. Mat Smith and Nicole Lee will tell you more in their roundup video above. And of course, the show is far from over, so stay tuned as we sniff around for more goodies from the event.

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