With CES right around the corner and the industry’s marketing efforts going into overdrive, what is it that we will likely see next week?
The BitFenix Prodigy M is a beautiful small form factor case that fits mATX and mini-ITX motherboards. The case may be small but it is very high quality.
The Silent Base 800 features a great design and aims to offer industry-leading sound insulation.
With the Versa H34 and Versa H35, Thermaltake is catering to enthusiast overclockers looking for a well-ventilated chassis.
After launching the E-ATX compatible Core V71 chassis earlier this year and the ITX form factored Core V1, Thermaltake is launching a mid-tower variant in the series, called the Core V51. The Core V51 carries on a similar design as its larger sibling, and retains the metal mesh look. Aimed at the enthusiast segment, the Core V51 can fit in E-ATX motherboards, as well as standard ATX and micro ATX boards. Thermaltake is making a name for itself by offering a host of cooling options in its enthusiast cases, and the Core V52 is no different, with users getting the option of installing three 120
Lian Li has launched a new Mini-ITX case for people that want a slim and sleek low-profile PC that might serve as an HTPC. This new case from Lian Li, the PC-Q19, is also versatile as it can be held up vertically or horizontally with almost no effort. The PC-Q19 chassis is capable of also supporting a discrete graphics card, a rare feature for such a slim system, but still possible nontheless. The PC-Q19 case is made completely of aluminum with plastic fans and plastic removable dust covers that are magnetically attached. The PC-Q19 chassis does support dual slot graphics cards, however their length cannot
I just received word from Cheney Tseng of Silverstone fame about the launch of their new product line. Under the name Raven RV01, Silverstone launched a gaming mice and a case. Now, the mouse is a standard answer to heated competition on the market (more on that below), but case is… something completely different, as Monty Phyton would say. As we all know, heat flows upwards, while the cool air stays on the ground. In the world of computers, more and more components are heating up. This was not solved even with ATX motherboards placed upside down (BTX-style), so Silverstone decided to kick up a