Cooler Master is set to reveal a slew of their new products at Computex 2013. From the Elite 130 mini-ITX to the next generation CM 690 full tower casing, the company also has plans to showcase their new Glacier premium water cooling series. In addition, their Haswell-compliant V-series PSUs will be on show.
The availability of the new Elite 130 series of mini-ITX chassis is seen as building on the strengths of the current Elite 120. We can also look forward to a new series of Cosmos casings too. For their liquid cooling solutions, the company will be showcasing the new Nepton 140/280 together with the Glacier ones that are touted to provide excellent cooling with low noise levels. The new power supply units (PSUs) on display will be the GX2 as well as the new modular V-series that Cooler Master claims to support the new low-power states of the 4th generation Intel Core "Haswell" processors.
From their CM Storm gaming gear, there will be a new aluminum keyboard that is probably their new mechanical fully-programmable that features a 32-bit processor with onboard memory for seventy five macros and five profiles. There will also be an Avago-driven, 8200 DPI laser mouse, in addition to a new gaming headset with 42mm drivers. Hence, do stay tuned as we bring you more updates in the coming days ahead!
(Source: Cooler Master)