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The CM Force 500 is the first of a new mid-tower CM Force casing series from Cooler Master. At first glance, it sports a dark, classy look with muted facade. With cooling options on both side panels, it supports up to a total of six cooling fans. Read on as we uncover more details of this all-black casing.
The Cooler Master CM Scout 2 is an updated version of the original CM Scout. Currently available in two colors, black and gun metal, this new mid-tower casing bears some semblance to its predecessor. We check out if the CM Scout 2 plays out like a worthy sequel.
The Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition is a variant of the Level 10 GT chassis. It sports a cool military green and black color scheme, with the same over-the-top design features as the Level 10 GT. We check out the casing in great detail if its worth the premium.
The BitFenix Prodigy is a mini-ITX casing that will appeal to PC builders looking for a compact housing solution. With its simple, strong aesthetics coupled with an internal design geared for housing performance PC components in its compact package, does it really deliver? We find out for you.
The Enermax Ostrog mid-tower chassis series seems to be a promising lot. With multiple cooling options and sporting a clean facade, we take a close look at an offering from this series, the Enermax Ostrog ECA3253 to see what is really behind its exotic-sounding lineage.
The Dyson fan inspired Cryo V60 notebook cooler uses a 'bladeless' fan system to direct airflow through a thin ring of a large circular hole in the middle of the unit. We take a look at this interesting design and see how it compares to regular notebook coolers.
With Ivy Bridge prices dropping and Windows 8 just around the corner, Comex 2012 is a great place to look for a new system, whether you're after an Ultrabook, touchscreen all-in-one, or anything in between. We've also got you covered with memory deals, peripherals and all your networking needs.
The NZXT Hue RGB controller is a LED controller that is bundled with a self-adhesive sleeved LED strip. The controller fits into a 5.25-inch drive bay and has three knobs to control colors and operation mode of the sleeved LED. Spicing up your chassis with a dash of colors can't get simpler than this!
The Corsair Obsidian Series 550D is the latest mid-tower casing from the company and is unique thanks to its noise-dampening features and clean design. We take a listen to see if it really works.
We all have plastics that had yellowed with age. Keyboards, mice, printers, gaming consoles - you name it. And no matter how you scrub it, you just can't get back its original color. Or can it? Here's a method that you can try at home. Caution: It's not for the faint-hearted.