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.
Fresh from Sweden, Urbanears is looking step into the active/sport headphone market in a big way. These latest launches are designed almost purely for the active user looking for headphones to keep up with their lifestyle. We saw both products, one a sleek looking over the ear Bluetooth set, the other an in ear pair.
It’s been an exciting 2 years since Oculus released the first version of the Rift to the public and set fire to the tech industry. Since then we’ve had several iterations of this amazing piece of tech released specifically for developers. Honing their product and craft over time, Oculus has taken enough time to have hopefully created a well polished product. And finally, that product can be yours!
Of all the myriad ways to cool a PC perhaps none is more elegant than the all in one liquid cooler. The AiO traces it’s lineage back to the elite world of PC water cooling where money and time are thrown haphazardly at a project in an attempt to perfect this science and art. Each of these self contained units are an elegant, fully sealed solution using the thermal properties of water to draw heat away from the processor. But of course like all things, not all AiOs are created equal and the past year of 2015 has been no exception. And so as this year draws to a close and we begin to plan excitedly for 2016, join us as we pick out the very Best AiO Coolers of 2015 reviewed here at ThinkComputers.org.