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.
Cooler Master is reviving their Silent series of computer chassis with two new Silencio models. We check out the flagship Silencio 550 to see if it is really a smooth and quiet operator.
Anyone that's ever had a laptop on their, well lap, will know how hot some of these machines can run. Especially if you're playing games or watching a long movie. We take a look at Cooler Master's new NotePal X3 Cooling Pad to see if it will keep your notebook from running a fever.
Looking for the best deals on desktops, notebooks, networking, PC accessories & software? We've scoured all three halls of Sitex to find the best bargains and highlights so that you don't have to. Enjoy!
The Antec One Hundred Window is a variant of the One Hundred mid-tower enclosure that has a side window to show off your beautiful components inside. And the best part is its neutral look and affordable price tag. Check out our findings.
Lian Li's new mini tower, the all-aluminum PC-V354 comes in three colors and is equipped with a pair of dazzling LED-lit fans. It also has too many screws for its own good. Read on to find out why we think you'll need an electric screwdriver for this chassis.