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Archive for September 24th, 2019

Introducing the CUBE and CLUTCH: Apple / Win 8 Ready Accessories

Chino, California – October 25th, 2012 – Cooler Master, an award winning designer and manufacturer of thermal and protective solutions for computers and mobile devices today announces two brand new additions to its line of versatile Mac accessories, the CUBE and CLUTCH. Windows 8 Ready Announcing day one support for the latest and greatest Windows 8 tablets, Cooler Master’s Cube and CLUTCH make it so you can maximize your comfort and enjoyment while using your slick new tablet and operating system. CUBE Tablet computers are convenient, but they often are used in uncomfortable sitting or standing positions and that can cause pains all throughout the body. The CUBE was designed to help avoid these issues, by holding your iPad or other tablet in a secure position to create a more comfortable viewing / typing angle that makes watching movies, reading and chatting to friends easier. Numerous ergonomic height settings let you customize CUBE so you can find the ideal angle for comfort. Width adjustable rubber feet support any sizes tablet and also keep the CUBE securely in place. Elegance in design and durability being key factors in the production of the CUBE provides you with a stand that will be useful for years to come. A slim and compact travel design makes it easy to fit inside any bag so you can use it at home, in the office or at your favorite coffee shop. The CUBE lets you do what you need to and stay totally comfortable. Use the CUBE with any tablet, including...



 
 
 
 
 

BitFenix Recon Internet Connected Fan Controller

Cooling is an issue that will likely always be a concern, whether we run our computers at stock settings or overclocked it really makes no difference. There is always going to be heat generated from every electrical component in your system. There are many ways to accomplish this, from faster or bigger fans, to exotic water cooling. Both have their pros and cons, but sometimes the easiest, most reliable and most cost effective way to accomplish something comes from getting back to basics. Fans in most cases fit this bill and offer a cost effective solution to improve or adjust cooling throughout your system. But, running fans at full speed all the time can leave us with noise problems and in most cases, cool and quiet cannot coexist together. Or can they? Is it possible to breathe new life into that old computer or custom build with your current fans? What if you could control the speed, airflow, and temperature strategically to different parts of your case? Imagine being able to do this both quickly and effortlessly, and wirelessly as well. Today I have the pleasure of bringing you what may be the world’s first internet connected fan controller, The Bitfenix Recon. It's designed for a new age of mobile devices and built on a platform with software that’s Browser based, meaning it is compatible with virtually any mobile operating system, including iOS, Android, or Windows. The Bitfenix Recon sports a cool looking illuminated easy on the eyes touchscree...





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