‘INTERESTING PRODUCTS’:Taipei Computer Association secretary-general Enoch Du said that small and medium-sized firms will exhibit more than 2,000 items at the event
Date: Apr 16, 2015
By: Lauly Li / Staff reporter
This year’s Taipei Spring Computer Show, which opens today at the Taipei World Trade Center, is set to present more creative consumer electronics products rather than traditional computer products amid the development of Internet of Things applications.
“Over the past year, we have noticed that there are many new Taiwanese startups making smart devices to make life simpler and more fun, and they are not necessarily notebooks or smartphones,” said Enoch Du (杜全昌), secretary-general of the Taipei Computer Association (台北市電腦公會), which organizes the annual tech fair.
The number of exhibitors this year is 10 percent higher at 220 companies from last year, with about 70 percent of them being local small and medium-sized companies, Du said. [FULL STORY]