Cooler Master Offerings at Computex 2013


Casings and Accessories

New Tower Casings and Accessories

The company also updated its existing line of casings, starting with the Cosmos SE full tower chassis.

The Cosmos SE demo setup consists of the V1000 PSU and the Eisberg 240 liquid cooling system with custom tubes to best showcase the system.

For consumers looking for a less ostentatious chassis, the CM 693 would be right up their alley as it brings minor updates to the popular CM 690 chassis series.

The Cooler Master CM 693 chassis.

The company also updated its more recent casing line-up like the Silencio and CM Storm Scout chassis to give them a breath of fresh air. The Silencio 352 looked like a down-sized Silencio 550, and the updated chassis only accommodate mini-ITX and mATX boards.

The Silencio 352 chassis is ideal for a compact form factor desktop system with noise-dampening features. It will certainly appeal to gamers and system builders looking for that whisper-quiet rig!

 

 The Scout 2 Ghost White mid-tower chassis.

To round up its exciting chassis offerings, we were shown the towering CM Storm Trooper. The full tower chassis features a sturdy carrying handle, and front panel that is sloped for easy accessibility.

The sloped front panel of the CM Storm Trooper, and it extends into the sturdy carrying handle.

In true something-for-everyone spirit (at least for iOS device owners), the Duo docks and Ren stands were showcased. The Ren stands are made from aluminum and can safely cradle iOS devices. The Duo docks can accommodate iPads, iPad Minis and iPhones for their data-syncing as well as charging needs.

 The Duo and Ren series of docks and stands for iOS devices.