Taipei Game Show isn’t just games, there are also PC hardware and peripherals for everyone to buy and be amazed.
It’s usually games that you tend to discover at game conventions, but nowadays tech brands are now making their presence known to gamers in major events. From PC components to peripherals up to custom mods, hardware brands are now a staple and a big attraction to gamers attending.
And at Taipei Game Show 2019, we have seen a lot of brands setting up awesome booths to wow any attendees inside, featuring the latest models of their graphic cards, gaming keyboards and mouse and more. Let’s check out the epic booths that feature tech brands at the event.
Gigabyte’s gaming line Aorus is making a big impact inside with a winged-mech statue gracing the crowd. They also have a stage where they gave out freebies to those who attended their programs. Fans also can get to check out new games with Aorus’ gaming rigs.
Next up is from Asus where they feature their new line of hardware ranging from the RTX graphics cards to their ROG Phone. Fans can even try out the new products at the demo booth where they are pre-installed with the latest games. As just like with Aorus, there are tons of stage activities that spectators can bring home some goodies.
HyperX was also present, gracing a very familiar booth design that helps them stand out. Featuring their current line of Cloud headsets and Alloy keyboards, they also have a special discount sale that is only exclusive during Taipei Game Show.
MSI won’t let themselves go unnoticed with the massive booth featuring their current model of PC components, and fans can avail their line of PC gear and laptops at a discounted price.
Then there’s CoolerMaster showcasing their cooling fans and rig cases for those who want to have an awesome gaming rig setup and RGB effects. They also featured a demo unit of their kickass rig built in a gaming dome where anyone can sit down and experience it.
Nvidia highlighted their RTX line of graphic cards at their dedicated stage, and fans can have a selfie with their RTX mascots (imagine walking giant graphic cards) where they can win some goodies if they can spot the mascots strolling around the area. Fans can also try out the demo of Bioware’s Anthem using the latest graphic cards at max settings.
Aside from brands having their own exhibit, there are some retail stores that set up their booths to sell some PC gear at a convention exclusive discount.
Which brand do you think stand out the most at Taipei Game Show 2019? Hopefully more hardware brands will participate in gaming conventions to attract more PC enthusiasts into trying their products, and even bring more gamers into the master race.