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PC Advisor's Computex 2008 special

It was a year ago at Taiwan's Computex exhibition that Asus showed off the Eee PC for the first time. Twelve months later, and the low-cost, ultraportable laptop segment has become big news.

Eee PC-killers look set to dominate this year's show, with new systems based on Intel's Atom chip and Via's OpenBook platform set to be announced.

Computex 2008 officially opens tomorrow, but product announcements are already filtering through. As usual, PC Advisor has a team of reporters at the event, so whether you're interested in low-cost laptops, new CPUs or the latest wireless broadband news, click here to see our full coverage of Computex 2008.

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