The curtains have closed on COMPUTEX 2024, held in Taipei, Taiwan from June 4th to 7th. This year’s event, themed “Connecting AI,” proved to be a resounding success, solidifying COMPUTEX’s position as a leading global tech exhibition. Here’s a look at some of the key highlights:

AI Takes Center Stage

As the theme suggests, Artificial Intelligence (AI) dominated the show floor. Major players like NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel showcased their latest AI advancements, from powerful GPUs designed for AI workloads to cutting-edge processors optimized for machine learning.

A Record-Breaking Year

This year’s COMPUTEX saw a significant surge in participation, with over 1,500 exhibitors from 36 countries – a 50% increase compared to 2023. The event attracted a record-breaking 85,179 attendees, with the top ten visitor countries reflecting the show’s global reach.

Innovation on Display

Beyond AI, COMPUTEX 2024 buzzed with exciting innovations across various tech sectors. Companies like Acer and ASUS unveiled their first “Copilot+” AI-powered laptops, demonstrating the transformative impact of AI on personal computing. The exhibition also showcased advancements in areas like AR/VR, 5G technology, and the Internet of Things (IoT), painting a picture of a future powered by interconnected devices and intelligent systems.

Taiwan’s Tech Prowess

COMPUTEX 2024 served as a powerful showcase for Taiwan’s thriving tech industry. Local companies like MSI and Gigabyte proudly displayed their latest hardware innovations, while the event also highlighted Taiwan’s growing prominence in areas like AI chip development.

Looking Ahead

With COMPUTEX 2024 successfully concluded, all eyes turn towards next year’s event, scheduled for May 20th to 23rd, 2025. The theme and specific focus areas remain to be announced, but one thing is certain: COMPUTEX will continue to be a focal point for the latest advancements shaping the future of technology.