Monday 09 June 2014 10.43am
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The world’s largest technology show came to a close in Taiwan over the weekend.
The annual Computex conference in Taipei brings together some of the biggest tech companies in the world to showcase what they have to offer.
Gorilla Technology CTO Paul Spain has just arrived back from the convention, and says the highlight was Intel’s shrinking computer chips.
Intel showed off a new tablet – the Asus T300 Chi, due out early next year – which is only 7.3mm thick, but has the power of an existing laptop.
And Microsoft, which has just launched the Surface Pro 3, is about the width of a smarthphone but doubles as a tablet and full-powered laptop computer.
Wearable computing was another standout at Computex, with a new offering from TomTom, as was wireless charging.
Paul Spain explains – watch the video for the full interview.