From May 29 to June 2 in Taipei, Taiwan, Computex 2023 is unquestionably the largest computing event of the year, drawing all of the key players.
Computex 2023 is a “return to normal” event, and it is anticipated to be as big as previous events prior to Covid. Unlike the past few years, when Computex was either an online-only event or a far more constrained in-person event (Computex 2022), this year’s event is both.
This year, TechRadar will be on the scene covering all the most recent information, statements, and product demonstrations from leading companies like AMD, Nvidia, Asus, MSI, and many others.
From Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang’s opening lecture to the bizarre and simply cool, we’ll cover it all. Since firms like Gigabyte, MSI, and Asus have their headquarters in Taiwan, we predict that they’ll have a significant presence at the event. We are eager to explore all that they have to offer.
Make sure to bookmark this page and return frequently throughout the event to grab all the most recent news and previews since we’ll be bringing you all the latest as it happens right here.
Cut to the chase
- What is it? Year’s largest computing conference
- When is it? May 29 – June 2
- Where is it? Taiwan, Taipei
Computex 2023 Date
The official start date of Computex 2023 is May 29, 2023; it lasts until June 2 (Taiwan time). We’ll be in attendance for Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang’s keynote speech, which will kick off the conference.
We anticipate that other manufacturers will make product announcements throughout the week from well-known Taiwanese firms including Asus, Acer, MSI, and Gigabyte.
Computex 2023 news
Computex 2023 news
Check out our two picks from Acer’s Computex 2023 Announcement for laptops.
Prior to Computex’s formal opening, Acer previewed some intriguing new items in the gaming and professional sectors. Our Computing Writer Muskaan Saxena has chosen her favorites from both categories that she believes are worth watching.