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Computex 2007: Biostar expands lineup to industrial PC solutions
Press release, June 6; Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 6 June 2007]

In addition to demonstrating its latest model motherboards and graphics cards during Computex 2007, Biostar Microtech International will be showcasing products from its newly established industrial PC division (called APP).

Biostar will be offering static and live demos of its T-series motherboards designed for power users, including boards featuring Intel 3-series chipsets with DDR3 and FSB 1333MHz support, and new AMD AM2+ socket platform solutions with HT 3.0 support. The motherboards come with a new set of features called BIO-TEX (including tweak-tech, clean-tone audio design, X.D.C, rapid debug, rapid switch and T-power utility) technology.

The highlight of the company's graphics card lineup will be the V8603TS51 model of the Sigma Gate series, with 512MB DDR3 onboard memory. In addition, Biostar's V-Ranger hardware and software overclocking tool is also being supported by more models.

Biostar's newly established industrial PC division will showcase what the company claims is the world's tiniest 3.5-inch SBC (single board computer) and other custom-made applications.

Biostar is demonstrating its products near the Computex venue at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, 13F, rooms 1343-1346.

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