BitFenix’s Prodigy mini-ITX case is probably the most popular mini-ITX case out there. It not only has a sleek design it allows for longer graphics cards and other larger components. Mini-ITX limits you to a single graphics card so BitFenix went back and redesigned the Prodigy to support larger motherboards in the Micro-ATX form factor. At Computex they were showing off this case called the Prodigy M.
Last fall Fujitsu launched its Lifebook UH75 and this time it’s the UH90 (the sequel). This 14-inch portable notebook is far lighter than that of its ancestor measuring just 15.5mm in thickness and an upgraded 3200x1800p extra dense touch screen. It includes 1.6GHz Haswell processor with a hybrid hard drive of 500GB which keeps balance between the speed and storage.
ECS’s LGA1150 motherboard launch was sort of boring last week, but there was a reason for that. They wanted to save their best motherboards for Computex and they have as they unveiled their flagship Z87H3-AH and Z87H3-AH Golden “Gank Machine” motherboards. The golden board of course has gold accents all around. The normal board has red and silver accents which make for a good looking board as well. Besides the different color schemes these board are identical.
Just before Computex G.SKILL decided to tease us with a little glimpse of what their new headset line would look like. Well it turns out they were actually launching not one, but two gaming headsets. These headsets include the Ripjaws R71 and Ripjaws D71 and we have to say they do look pretty awesome!
Sony makes us lucky again. Thanks for the leaked videos on YouTube; we already knew there was something cooking at Sony’s end. Here we are with the announcement of the new Sony Vaio Duo 13 giving slider another shot. We hope this model becomes a market success after the failure of its ancestor model Vaio Duo 11 which was merely too high in price and had a real poor battery life. Company promises to mend the earlier mistakes and compensate the users.
Antec has had some pretty large cases in the past but at Computex they were showing off their largest case to date. The Nineteen Hundred Super Tower stands two feet tall! Being this large of a case of course you have room for larger motherboards like HPTX and E-ATX, but of course it supports normal ATX motherboards as well. You will get nine expansion slots with this case.
All-in-one closed loop water cooling systems for video cards are out there, but normally they are part of a special edition card much like ASUS’s ARES II or cards featuring Arctic’s Accelero Hybrid cooling solution. NZXT wants to change things with their new cooling adapter for video cards. It can take any Asetek-made all-in-one CPU watercooling system and make it work on your graphics card!
While Antec may have been one of the first to get into the all-in-one cooling game, their units proved to be “just ok” and nothing to really write home about. Well at Computex this are unveiling two new all-in-one watercooling unit, the Kühler H2O 1250 and Kühler H2O 650. Both coolers support the latest CPU socket types which include LGA115x, LGA1366, LGA2011, AM3+/AM3, and FM2/FM1.
While many people have been going nuts over In Win’s Tou case, the case manufacturer also had another cool case on display at Computex. The original H-Frame was a great case, but many people were asking for a larger case for watercooling setups and just more room overall. In Win has granted their wish with the KingSize H-Frame Full Tower Case.
Thermaltake has their Level 10 Cases, Level 10 M gaming mouse and now they have the Level 10 M gaming headset. It has just been unveiled at Computex Taipei! The Level 10 M headset has been designed in conjunction with BMW DesignworksUSA. Thermaltake says the Level 10 M Headset “inherits the expressive design spirit, with outstanding acoustic engineering as the frequency and the pitch of the sound driver are tuned specifically to meet most game genres’ environment, ensuring the gamers receive the most immersive, rich acoustic experience.”
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