Wednesday , 10 August 2022

Computex 2011 – Booth Babes

Like every year, we bring back some of the finest Booth Babes for our readers, this time at Computex 2011.

Booth Babes – Computex 2011

The one thing that stands out the most at COMPUTEX that there is not enough of at other trade show events like CES is the Booth Babes. COMPUTEX has lots of them and it it keeps the show fun and exciting throughout the day. This year we went ahead and snapped a few photos and shot a short video to bring you guys a small portion of the booth babes from some of the largest companies that rule the computer industry now.

ADATA & GIGABYTE

GSkill

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CASECOM & ROSEWILL

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ADATA

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Thermaltake

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Team Group Inc. & Hitachi

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AMD

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ECS, Arctic & Intel

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AFOX

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Strontium

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PQI

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Patriot

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MSI

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Kingston

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Antec

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