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.
Building on the success of their wildly popular MX switches, Cherry has developed their own house branded MX red switch equipped board, the MX Board 6.0.
In the wide world of PC gaming monitors there are certain rules that we all accept and live with. Sort of like gravity, you can think about how nice it would be if they didn’t exist but the reality is that it’s not something that is likely to change. One of these rules has always been that you must choose between a fast monitor or a beautiful picture.
One reality of the computer tech world is the fact that changes and revisions must often be made. Most of the time the consumer is more than happy to receive the latest revision of product such as a motherboard.
If you remember back to 2013, shortly after Cooler Master launched their Seidon series of All In One CPU coolers they were hit with a lawsuit by Asetek. Asetek, one of the biggest developers of AIO cooler pump designs, brought suit claiming that CMI USA infringed on US Patent 8240362, as well as updated Patent 8245764.