Phanteks has been rising swiftly to the top of the case market for some time now. Listening closely to what the mod community wants and needs has given them immediate success. Hoping to build on that success they have taken ques from their entire line of products and produced what can only be referred to as a mammoth.
An Ultrabook is defined pretty much around the devices ability to be powerful enough for professional use while being small and light enough to be really portable. And if you were to Google the term I am almost certain that you would find a photo of Samsung’s newest Ultrabook the Notebook 9.
For years Gigabyte has been a leader in aftermarket cooling for GPU with their Windforce line. More recently they added the G1 Gaming line and stepped up the performance just a little bit more. And now towards the end of the lifespan of Nvidia’s 9 series GPU, they are releasing a brand new series of cards called Xtreme Gaming.
Deepcool continues to innovate and rise to new heights in the hardware case and cooling segment. In this case we’re referring to a brand new mid tower chassis called the Genome. Genome is a very unique case in that it is the industry’s first tower with a built in AiO water cooling unit.
If you are at all familiar with NZXT by now you must have at least heard of their CAM system management software. And if you’re not it is proprietary software initially designed to provide a software interface with their hardware.
The world first saw the In Win 805 at Computex this past summer. Like most In Win chassis the 805 features and all aluminum exterior accented with copious amounts of tempered glass panels on the sides.
In Win strikes again at CES with another great chasis, this one was built to celebrate their 30th anniversary and it’s a familiar refresh called the H-Frame 2.0. This gold colored case is an open air chassis constructed from several aluminum plates that are sandwiched vertically to give support to the interior of the case.
Designed specifically to deliver you the speeds that you need but cut that annoying and costly $4-10 monthly charge on your internet bill, the Linksys CM3008 is a small product with a potentially big impact. Many of you can probably relate to the pain of forking over up to $120 a year for years on end to rent a modem from your internet service provider.
While many of us take for granted the availability of a modern computer there are many others in the world who still don’t have a PC of their own or even access to one. Endless is here to help solve this unique problem with a their new Endless Mini.
At a cloudy mid-day meeting just outside the strip in Las Vegas, NZXT finally pulled back the veil on their newest creation. After two years of development and many build ups and tear downs the small group of builders and designers from Las Angeles has finally shown to the world their first small form factor case.
Apr 28, 2016 0