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The Register's Simon Sharwood is in Taiwan to cover Computex 2014.

Today is Day Zero of the conference, but the organisers still throw the press a bone in the form of a press conference at which local manufacturers reveal a few new products.

Simon live-blogged the event, bringing news of a win for Brit speaker company GP Acoustics, which took out a design award for its X300A Wireless HiFi Speakers.

We'll follow up the interesting bits of this press conference, and bring you plenty more Compute 2014 news besides, as it happens over the next three days. ®

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