Mobility was the focus at the 2007 Computex Taipei International IT Show, June 5 to 9 in Taipei, Taiwan.
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Tyan Computer unleashed what it calls its 'personal supercomputer,' the TyanPSC T-6000, which uses Intel's 50-watt quad-core Xeon processors. The system can support up to 40 processing cores and offers 60GB of RAM for $20,000. (Photo: Courtesy of Tyan)