Computex: PC makers eye comeback


Asia's biggest computer show, Computex, kicks off in Taiwan on Tuesday, with more than 1,700 exhibitors set to show off their latest products.

It is expected to attract more than 100,000 visitors and 40,000 buyers - and they will all be looking for the latest trends in the industry.

As Cindy Sui reports from Taipei, PC makers are using the show to unveil new products in an attempt to offset decline in sales of personal computers.

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