We we invited to a special event hosted by Thermaltake at their flagship bicycle store in Neihu district. Yes that’s right, Thermaltake not only make computer chassis, gaming accessories and cooling solutions … but they also sells bicycles! It’s something that Kenny Lin, the CEO of Thermaltake is extremely passionate about.
While were here … we checked out some of their latest bicyles and cycling gear at their bike store.
Also, I was lucky enough to win a Thermaltake Backpack for Cycling … yay! Thanks Kenny!
And finally, Stephen Fung and Winston Chim did a 1-2-1 speical podcast interview with CEO Kenny Lin …
Interview with Kenny Lin
Founder and CEO of Thermaltake.
we finally find the answer to why Thermaltake’s CEO, Kenny Lin, decided to open a bike shop in Taiwan. For most people following the computer industry, Thermaltake is well known for computer hardware and PC building. But no one in their wildest dreams would have seen opening up a flagship bike store in the tech hub of Asia as part of the business plan. However, Taiwan is also the bicycle innovation centre of the world, home to Giant Bicycles, who also supply contract manufacturing to the biggest names in the sport, such as TREK, Specialized, Santa Cruz and others. So, how will Kenny Lin, a tech CEO, enter this space and thrive?
*** Podcast Link. Coming soon ***
Computex 2023 Coverage
- Day 0 – Nangang Exhition Center, Taipei.
- Day 1 – ASRock, Adata, Asus, Gigabyte, Cooler Master and MSI.
- Day 2 – Cougar, Klevv, Gamdias, Zotac and Raijintek.
- Day 3 – Thermaltake, Biostar, TeamGroup, Patriot Memory and Alphacool.
- Day 4 – G.Skill, In-Win, Noctua and Enermax.