Always paying attention to what their customers are asking for has led Phanteks to great success. Thankfully they haven’t stopped and as a result they’ve brought a full ATX version of their extremely popular Enthoo Evolv case to CES.
The reason for the excitement over FreeSync stems from the fact that it should be much cheaper to use than G-Sync. Fortunately for us Samsung brought the UE850 to CES 2015 and we were able to take a look at it.
When every device in your home is becoming connected to the internet it sometimes becomes difficult to get a connection to them. While signal over the homes existing electrical infrastructure is nothing new, the throughput speed hasn’t always been that great. Releasing in February of this year, the TPC420E2K or Powerline 1200 has a Gigabit connection, with speeds of up to 500 mb/s through the wires already in your homes walls.
As a strong leader in the SSD market Samsung has developed a very impressive little external SSD the T1. Utilizing USB 3.0 these 3D V-NAND equipped drives get up to 450 MB/s write for the 1TB model.
Even after receiving some very positive feedback on their launch version of the GTX 970, Zotac has decided to make some changes to the cooler and release a couple of more options for their customers.
IN WIN definitely has a flair for creating unique art like cases and the S-Frame was no exception. Folded from a single two meter sheet of aluminum this hand bent case is beautiful to look at.
We all know that Lian Li is synonymous with quality. But for the most part they have stuck to the same traditional rectangular case design. Recently they have turned up their creative side and started making some really interesting case designs like their DK case desk series. Much like the DK series, the new “O” series really showcases the skill and quality that Lian Li possesses thanks to their in house manufacturing.
As one of the strongest SSD manufacturers on the market Crucial brought two impressive but slightly different lines of SSDs to the show this year. The key difference is their target markets. On the one hand we have the BX100 series which is aimed at users who are new to the SSD scene and are just looking to get their feet wet.
If you’re like me you’ve got limited desktop space and having your massive over ear headset laying on the desk is the worst. While there are many products on the market to help solve this problem, IN WIN has created two very unique options. The first is the iEAR a plastic suction based hook that can be mounted to most any flat surface. It supports headphones up to 43mm and is attached using Twist Lock.
DDR4 dimms are really starting to populate the market with the launch of X99 motherboards and the anticipated launch of Skylake later in the year. Filling out the middle of their current line up, Crucial has brought two new forms of DDR4 using some familiar names.