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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.
The NZXT Switch 810 has been given a minor refresh in the form of a limited edition matte finish model. We check out this hybrid full tower casing to see if it's the casing hardcore enthusiasts want.
As we roundup our coverage of Computex 2012, here are other interesting gadgets and sights we saw from the show floor along with what all of you've been waiting for... the booth babes!
Cooler Master showcased its wares at Computex 2012 that underscored their commitment to quality engineering for discerning rig builders and overclockers. They even have pretty cool accessories for iPad owners. Read on to find out more!
It's hardware and casings galore at Computex 2012 and here's a selection of new and interesting casings from Antec, Aerocool and CFI.
Cooler Master is breathing new life into their entry-level mid-tower line-up with the new Elite 431 Plus. We take a look to see if Cooler Master delivered on their promise of bringing premium features to entry-level casings.
BitFenix challenges the commonly held notion that entry-level means barebones. Their new Outlaw mid-tower casing boasts a few unusual features including an inverted motherboard design and SofTouch surface treatment so read on to see if this is something for your next rig.