Discussion in 'General' started by Gooey_GUI, 16 Jun 2008.
A little young for me, but they look nice anyway.
There's ten pages with a few images on each page.
OMFG they look like they're about 14!
XFX Tattoos. Classy.
They look like they're having fun. I wouldn't say no, though I suppose with our previous experience of Taiwanese babes, all is not as it seems...
Man... With these chicks, I Just need bad food for lunch and infidelity and I'll feel like I'm back in high school.
Add ~5-10 years onto the age you think they are and you're probably about right. It's the best show for booth babes by a long shot.
nVidia ones are the best, followed by Corsair I think
edit: the A-Data ones are funny! Those are some big SSDs
they look too young to be booth babes
Some, yes. But not all.
How many of them know a thing about the products they are holding?
And FYI for those who aren't in the loop: apparel revealingness in Far Eastern conventions (whether it be Computex or the Tokyo Auto Salon) is always relatively tame--it's tradition.
They barely look attractive IMO..
They dont get paid to talk so they dont need to know anything.
"If it talks it gets the hose...."
Reminds me of that graphics card review Bit did yonks ago (old site n all) with a softcore porn-esque photoshoot at the end using a half-naked chick and the GPU to cover her essentials.
Looks like A-DATA and Panasonic delivered, but other not so much T_T
Loved that article. I have no idea what pictures you're talking about though, I only read Bit for the stories.
Hahaha yes rofl.
That was classy
i always think asian women always look younger wen they 18-say 35 but after that they age
Go to any school, pick up 50 random girls in the age 14-17, pick the 20 skinniest ones, apply lots of makeup and short skirts, open booth. Bah.
Sorry to spoil your fun guys, I'm normally not one to judge so fast, but i think society's obsession with young girls is unhealthy.
Also, it's a tech-show. Instead of spending all that cash on generic thin chick in generic over-designed short skirts, why not put some meaningful representatives in place?
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