Foxconn recently detailed plans for their presence at this year's COMPUTEX event, promising a wide range of products on display, from the company's Core3 Intel P35 powered motherboard solutions, to their latest GeForce 8 series graphics card products.
Despite being sheepish with exact details of their product line-up, one of the first DirectX 10 capable integrated graphics solutions, the debut of HDMI ready solutions and what the company describe as extreme performance motherboards for both AMD and Intel platforms are also promised.
The Foxconn GeForce 8 series products which were the subject of this HEXUS.headline, will also be on display according to the company's press release.
Moving from the motherboard and graphics card domain, Foxconn's plans also include the introduction of new cooling solutions, targeted towards multi-core CPU platforms, with the company disclosing that heatpipe and fin stack solutions are part of the proposed line-up. These solutions apparently enhance the capacity and speed of heat dissipation from the system chassis.
Chassis solutions also get embraced with new releases, an example of which, is being targeted at style conscious users or those wanting to save valuable desk space. The solution in question incorporates an ATX sized motherboard, yet has an overall chassis volume of just over 21 litres.
The importance of COMPUTEX 2007 for Foxconn is also expressed by the company's intentions to take the opportunity to engage with customers throughout the APAC region, together with key territories within the Americas and EMEA.
Read the press release in full here.