ASUS Computex 2024 product launch list leaked

This year’s COMPUTEX 2024 is scheduled to take place from June 4 to 7 at Halls 1 and 2 of the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center. The exposition will encompass six major sectors: artificial intelligence computing, advanced communications, future mobility, immersive reality, sustainable green energy, and innovation. Themed “Connecting AI, Co-Creating the Future,” the event will focus on the latest global AI technologies and industry trends, attracting 1,500 exhibitors and filling 4,500 booths.

According to VideoCardz, ASUS plans to launch a plethora of new products at this year’s COMPUTEX, covering various product lines and market segments and has provided a detailed list.

Despite rumors that NVIDIA might release the Blackwell architecture GPUs for its GeForce gaming graphics cards earlier this year, it appears unlikely that such an unveiling will occur at COMPUTEX. Accordingly, ASUS has not announced any plans involving the GeForce RTX 50 series products.

ASUS has prepared an extensive range of products based on Qualcomm Snapdragon X and Intel Ultra, involving lines such as Vivobook, ProArt, and TUF Gaming, as well as laptops powered by AMD processors. Following last year’s success of the ROG handheld, ASUS plans to introduce an improved model that refines the previous design, with no significant upgrades expected. In terms of power solutions, the ROG THOR 1600W III Titanium will make its debut, along with a portable Mojlnoir power supply, catering to the gaming community’s demands for outdoor activities. Additionally, ASUS will unveil updates to its routers and peripheral devices.

ASUS has scheduled a press event named “Always Incredible” for June 3 at 4 PM, which may cover some of these products.