COMPUTEX officially rescheduled to September 28th

Published: Mar 24th 2020, 11:29 GMT   Comments

Computex in September

World’s biggest electronics expo has been officially rescheduled to September. The Coronavirus outbreak has already caused many important tech events such as GDC, GTC or even E3 to change its schedule or form. Computex is yet another event that has been affected.

The event is now planned for September 28th. This is the second time in history when Computex has been rescheduled, the previous change was due to SARS in 2003.

2020 Tech Events
EventOriginal DateUpdate
GDC 2020Mar 16, 2020 – Mar 20, 2020Shifted to Online Event
NVIDIA GTC 2020Mar 22, 2020 – Mar 26, 2020NVIDIA announcements canceled
Transformed into GTC Digital
Computex 2020Jun 2, 2020 – Jun 6, 2020Sep 28, 2020 –Sep 30, 2020
E3 2020Jun 9, 2020 – Jun 11, 2020Canceled
Hot Chips 32 (2020)Aug 16, 2020 – Aug 16, 2020
GamescomAug 25, 2020 – Aug 29, 2020

Source: Computex

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