Seventh Heaven: NVIDIA Extends Record-Breaking Award Streak at Computex

by Melody Tu

NVIDIA has clinched its seventh straight year of “Best Choice Awards” at Computex, Asia’s largest technology tradeshow.

NVIDIA DRIVE won a coveted Golden Award at Computex 2015.

NVIDIA DRIVE, GeForce GTX 980 and NVIDIA SHIELD tablet topped their respective categories, extending our record-breaking win-streak for a foreign company at Computex.

This year, 450 products vied for technological supremacy in 18 categories.

NVIDIA DRIVE topped the Car Electronics Products category by winning a Golden Award, which honors the most outstanding product in a category.

DRIVE comes in two versions. NVIDIA DRIVE PX is a powerful car computer that uses deep learning to enable self-driving capabilities. NVIDIA DRIVE CX is a platform for driving all the digital displays and information found in cars.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980
Head of the class: the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 GPU.

At the head of the Computer and System category was the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 GPU. Powered by our next-generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture, the GTX 980 delivers incredible performance, unmatched power efficiency and cutting-edge features.

Rounding out the trio is the NVIDIA SHIELD tablet, which won the Mobile Applications and Devices category. The high-performance tablet transforms into a serious gaming machine with the SHIELD controller and NVIDIA GRID game-streaming service.

All of these award-winning products are currently on display at the Best Choice Awards Pavilion, booth I0307, at Nangang Exhibition Hall, and featured in the annual buyer’s guide.

SHIELD tablet
SHIELD tablet, a great tablet and serious gaming machine.


Francis Yu, our VP of Asia Pacific Sales and Marketing, will receive the awards from Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-Jeou at the Computex awards ceremony on June 2.

Computex is the second-largest technology tradeshow in the world. The show’s Best Choice Awards, established in 2002, honor innovation, functionality and market potential.

NVIDIA won the Cloud Computing category with its NVIDIA GRID virtualization technology in 2014. In the IC and Components category, the NVIDIA Tegra K1 mobile processor picked up a Golden Award, which honors the most outstanding product in a category.