Computex 2007 – Dueling Booth Babes

One of the coolest/funniest thing that breaks out at Computex every year are the booth babe duels. For whatever reasons, many companies schedule their product demos at the same time as the next booth. This results in two or more demo teams trying to out talk each other. It’s really funny to watch. Many times the duels end up in a draw. However, in the duel that pitted the Apacer babes against the Thermaltake babes, Thermaltake clearly won. No doubt because they were giving away free hammers.

The below video features the Hitachi demo babes going up against the Apogee demo/dance babes. I have to give the edge to the Hitachi girls because they were just damn hot. Part way through the video, you’ll see some roaming floor babes from AData walking between the two demo teams to try and make some show goers follow them to their booth.

Why don’t we have booth babes duels in North American trade shows?

33 thoughts on “Computex 2007 – Dueling Booth Babes”

  1. mixmazz says:

    haha funny…

    1. Jack Books says:

      John always bring the fun on the blog ๐Ÿ™‚

      btw, i think it’s TTZmedia call to bring the booth babes on North American trade shows. how do you think john? ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Greg Butler says:

    It seems that if they need babes to lure you into their booth, they must not have much of a product. Maybe that’s what up and coming blogs need as well.

    Oh well, I guess noting never changes. Sex sells.

    1. Manthem says:

      Agreed. But did you see how the danced? ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

      1. blogcrowds says:

        The funny thing abou the dancing is they were dancing hip hop to Britney Spears earlier now its hip hop to Marilyn Monroe 50s jazz…

    2. Mason says:

      yes.. it’s time for companies to have a good product AND hot babes. jk lol. I somewhat agree with you on that point though.

  3. Leo says:

    Oh, but could their voices be any more annoying? It sounds like they’re talking through their noses. ๐Ÿ˜†

    1. blogcrowds says:

      I know, so freaking high, I think I heard a ‘congratulations’ from the whole thing. I don’t speak mandarin but it sounded and looked like chaos.

      1. liche says:

        I am from Taiwan and I can not understand every single word. It is not necessary to understand them, just look at them ๐Ÿ˜›

    2. They were kinda high pitch, weren’t they. I’m sure they sounded better live.

    3. Brilliances says:

      Sounds like they were in the local fruit market on a Saturday afternoon.

      Why do they speak Mandarin if it’s an international conference?

  4. Hush says:

    Booth Babes! Coming to a Tech Exhbition/Conference near you ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Charles Lau says:

    Haha it’s so funny! They are really using all the babes to attract the crowd… Funniest part is they are all side by side with one another trying to compete for the mass crowd.. ๐Ÿ˜†

    Hey Mr John Chow, I think your blog really rocks like you! Here’s my first post.. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  6. webpromotion says:

    does it inviolate the Google Adsense Agreement to put many kinds of Ad networks in one site or one page???
    We are trying this too.

    1. John Chow says:

      No it doesn’t.

    1. That girl in the silver dress is probably a local celebrity. Top notch booth babe right there.

      1. Whatever it takes to get attention. This is certainly one of those ways to get it done. . . . .

  7. G2 says:

    Back in the day when I paid $20-40k for a 10×10 booth space, I met a true tradeshow veteran in the booth next to me. In his 50s-60s with coifed silver hair and exquisitely tailored suits, he exuded money. While the booths around me had babes and contests for prizes (always won by the booth staff, btw) he had nothing. His booth had no people – just product displays and a place to leave business cards. While he wandered the show and charmed everyone else’s babes and ate/drank at the press buffet, *qualified* interested leads quietly stopped at his booth, read his literature, and left their cards. After the show while most booths collected many thousands of low-quality leads (mostly interested in free prizes), he walked away with a few hundred very profitable leads for only a fraction of the cost. And he enjoyed the show a lot more.

    1. Charles Lau says:

      oh wow! he’s really smart! Innovative with low cost…

  8. Mason says:

    lmao wtf. doesn’t seem like a tech show at all. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    1. shaun says:

      haha no kidding Johns having way too much fun to be at a tech show ๐Ÿ˜‰ . The video is prety funny i guesss…

  9. Jack says:

    ๐Ÿ˜Ž I think we might need to get some booth babes for the Authority Summit in Vegas!

    And people carrying large signs. Wonder what you can get paid to walk around with a great big sign at a tech convention?

  10. Mike Zak says:

    That’s kinda Pathetic that in a technology convention, the one who makes more sales is the one who has the hottest babes, and definitely not the best technology.

  11. The girls seem to be working well for the booth owners. They get the attention of passersby (who are mostly male, by the way) and lure them to the booth where all the other good techy stuff are — not bad for on-site marketing.

  12. Comedy Site says:

    thous babes are hot…

  13. Casey says:

    Aww I was expecting them to have some sort of dance battle. ๐Ÿ˜› I have never heard of such things as booth babes until this convention.

  14. kelly says:

    In korea, they are lot of girls who promote products, its a normal thing there. My friend did that for LG in Busan, she actually liked it.
    It paid for her college.


    1. Brilliances says:

      In Australia, the girls hate it. You try to take a picture of the booth girls and the security guards will be all over you.

      1. kelly says:

        yes, i can see why some people won’t like it. But in korea, i didnt see that problem. I am sorry that in Australia they are that zealous. The booth girls are there for the public, why would a picture hurt them.



  15. Thats my question too “Why donโ€™t we have booth babes duels in North American trade shows?”

    I see John likes babes beside $$$. ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. Hooray for the booth babes!

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