First timers arrive at Gitex

Middle East product distributor Comtronix is introducing its graphics and motherboard solution providers - Albatron and GeCube - to the Gitex crowds for the very first time this year

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By  Matthew Wade Published  September 27, 2005

Middle East product distributor Comtronix is introducing its graphics and motherboard solution providers - Albatron and GeCube - to the Gitex crowds for the very first time this year. According to Comtronix, it is showcasing the two firms’ technologies and products to help further attract attention from the region’s market. For instance, Info-Tek Corporation (a company owned by the Gigabyte group), has unveiled some cutting edge ATI graphic solutions already this week in Dubai. As for Albatron’s marketing director, Candice Yu, who is based at the Comtronix stand, she says: “Our target is to create our own brands of PC hardware components and peripherals to add to the Middle East's product range and to reposition our brand as being one of affordable yet high-quality products.” The highly anticipated worldwide premiere of the GeCube Radeon X800 GTO card is happing this week too. Supporting the CrossFire platform with a 400MHz core frequency, video memory of 256MB or 128MB, and 12-pixel pipeline support, the product features an efficient single slot design and also packs in the firm's proprietary Uni-Wise Fan System. Another new launch from GeCube is designed to help users deal with the increasing amount of digital content around. The company’s Portable Media Player (PMP) is the first such device it has released.

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