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Rosewill Neon K51 and Neon M57 Review

Introduction Everyone has different priorities for their PC build: Power, silence, size, comfort, lighting, cheap as possible, etc. When you are on a budget, some part of your build is going to suffer. Great power; you sit on the floor. Huge monitor; graphics card tops out at 30 fps. Lots of RGB lighting; keyboard and mouse from the 90’s. This review is for the latter. If you’ve shopped for an RGB keyboard recently, your options are $150+ mechanical or $50 fixed color membrane. Good news! Rosewill built something bright, colorful and affordable. They’ve also built a mouse with RGB as well, though affordable RGB mice have stiffer competition. However, should you buy them? Let’s find out. First, a bit about Rosewill: Rosewill’s mission is to consistently deliver reliable, high quality PC gaming, IT hardware and home products through leading innovation and long-lasting relationships. Rosewill Inc. was established in 2004, founded by manufacturing reliable, high-quality technology products. The first products under the Rosewill brand name included computer components such as computer cases, power supply units, keyboards, mice and cables. Over time, the product line strategically developed and entered new areas of growth, including PC gaming and home products. Under the management of experienced e-retail experts, Rosewill products can be found on all top e-commerce sites, along with product information and reviews. Today, Rosewill currently manuf...



Changing an Award? Rosewill Nighthawk 117 Overview and Promotion

I don’t make a habit of updating reviews or redoing a product. A reviewers life is one of commitment! On the other hand, sometimes I miss all the details of what’s going on and I end up with a second case. That’s alright though because Rosewill is having some nice promotions and being able to run through the Nighhawk 117 again was a great experience. Check out the video for a quick overview of the case again, but you can also check out our full review right here. After that, I’ll also include the details for Rosewill’s promotion which gives you some sweet savings on the case. For an additional 15% off the Nighthawk use the promo code and following link: RWTHH15 http://bit.ly/2ocSJOt Finally, I need to update my award. The issues that made me decide on a Great Hardware Aaward last time basically disappeared. Considering that and the lower pricing that doesn’t even include the promo code, the Rosewill Nighthawk 117 gets an upgrade to an Editor’s Choice Award! (I’ve missed building in full towers!)



Rosewill Cullinan Tempered Glass PC Case Review

Introduction It never ceases to amaze me what researching a Rosewill product name leads me to discover. It turns out the Cullinan Diamond is the largest gem-quality rough diamond ever found. The name makes a ton of sense when you relate that to a case with three tempered glass panels. Shortly after, it dawned on me that the choice to use Cullen as the last name of the vampire family in Twilight might have a correlation as well. The brief moment of excitement was immediately followed by thoughts that I might have ruined the Cullinan name for myself! On the plus side, the name Cullinan has been around a lot longer than Twilight so I think we can forget about the latter correlation. Rosewill’s newer design is supposed to remind us of the beauty of a diamond and based on all the images I’ve seen leading to this point, I don’t believe there could be a more fitting name. We’ll be taking a thorough look at the case soon enough, but let’s take a moment to see Rosewill’s company values again. Rosewill’s mission is to consistently deliver reliable, high quality PC gaming, IT hardware and home products through leading innovation and long-lasting relationships. Rosewill Inc. was established in 2004, founded by manufacturing reliable, high-quality technology products. The first products under the Rosewill brand name included computer components such as computer cases, power supply units, keyboards, mice and cables. Over time, the product line str...



Rosewill Valens 600M PSU Review

Introduction Budget PSUs are a bit of a conundrum. The power supply is the heartbeat of your PC so it would make sense that if you want to keep your parts alive, you should get the best unit you possibly can. On the other hand, building a PC within a certain budget can be extremely hard when you want to reach a particular level of performance. Rosewill is the go-to company when you need something in a budget, but that doesn’t answer whether you should use a budget PSU in your system or not. Let’s take a look at the Valens series of PSUs since there’s a good chance that we can balance out the best practices of staying in a budget, while also keeping our expensive equipment as safe as reasonably possible. Before that, let’s take another look at who Rosewill is. Rosewill’s mission is to consistently deliver reliable, high quality PC gaming, IT hardware and home products through leading innovation and long-lasting relationships. Rosewill Inc. was established in 2004, founded by manufacturing reliable, high-quality technology products. The first products under the Rosewill brand name included computer components such as computer cases, power supply units, keyboards, mice and cables. Over time, the product line strategically developed and entered new areas of growth, including PC gaming and home products. Under the management of experienced e-retail experts, Rosewill products can be found on all top e-commerce sites, along with product information and ...



Rosewill Bradley M PC Case Review

Introduction Rosewill is back, with another case to help ease the stress on our budgets for building PCs. The Bradley M name doesn’t sound like a really cool thing at first, but some quick research looked like it was named after a troop transport that also has the ability to provide cover fire. The coolness has been doubled! While Rosewill’s case is squarely in a budget tier, I would expect that we’ll have a fairly sturdy unit on our hands as a result of the name choice. We’ll find out how well that works out soon enough, but before we get to the specs, let’s look at Rosewill’s company statement again.   Rosewill’s mission is to consistently deliver reliable, high quality PC gaming, IT hardware and home products through leading innovation and long-lasting relationships. Rosewill Inc. was established in 2004, founded by manufacturing reliable, high-quality technology products. The first products under the Rosewill brand name included computer components such as computer cases, power supply units, keyboards, mice and cables. Over time, the product line strategically developed and entered new areas of growth, including PC gaming and home products. Under the management of experienced e-retail experts, Rosewill products can be found on all top e-commerce sites, along with product information and reviews. Today, Rosewill currently manufactures and markets an immense catalogue of inventive products among its three product categories. Th...



Rosewill is Expanding Color Options on the Cullinan PC Case

The first time I saw the Cullinan, it looked like a huge win to me. The tempered glass panels and 12 LED, blue light fans looked excellent in all of the pictures I saw. I’m guessing the case has been pretty popular with consumers because Rosewill is releasing a red LED and white LED version of the design. Will the next step for the Cullinan involve RGB? One can certainly hope, but for now the extra variety is a welcomed addition to a marvelous looking case. Even though I’m completely in love with RGB everything, having blue, red and white LED options are great in my opinion. These color schemes do a good job of covering what I feel the majority of builders like to see when purchasing a case. While RGB would cover all the needs, it can also add a lot to the cost, which Rosewill likes to keep as low as possible for their consumers. While that can mean a giant ax to quality with some companies, Rosewill has done a great job, in my opinion, of keeping their products from being junky either. The Cullinan has 3 glass panels, including the side panel that covers the cable management. On one hand, you better make sure you keep those cables are clean, but on the other, it certainly makes the series look extremely professional for those who put tons of attention to the finer details of their build. It looks like Newegg already has the options for red and white Cullinan cases beside the original blue one. It also has a pretty nice sale of $130 at the time of writing this,...



Rosewill EX-500 and EX-700 Earbuds Review

Introduction We would like welcome Mario to PureOC with his first review! Let us know what you think in the forums. In-ear headphones for me were always a necessary evil. Having decent sound that you could shove in your pocket and move around with seemed like a pipe dream. That’s not to say it didn’t exist, just that it likely cost hundreds of dollars for something I would potentially lose on the bus. Rosewill is trying to release some headphones that rival $100+ audio for half the price. We’ll soon see how they measure up, but let’s start off with a statement from the company first and offer our thanks for sending a sample for us to review. Rosewill’s mission is to consistently deliver reliable, high quality PC gaming, IT hardware and home products through leading innovation and long-lasting relationships. Rosewill Inc. was established in 2004, founded by manufacturing reliable, high-quality technology products. The first products under the Rosewill brand name included computer components such as computer cases, power supply units, keyboards, mice and cables. Over time, the product line strategically developed and entered new areas of growth, including PC gaming and home products. Under the management of experienced e-retail experts, Rosewill products can be found on all top e-commerce sites, along with product information and reviews. Today, Rosewill currently manufactures and markets an immense catalogue of inventive products among its three product ca...



ROSEWILL Shows Cullinan Case and Tokamak PSUs at Computex

I will always have a special place in my heart for budget friendly hardware. No matter how long I’ve been at this, I always seem to be the most excited for the component that hits the price/performance sweet spot. In that regard, ROSEWILL has impressed me on numerous occasions with such releases that maintain a very good quality as well. While scanning Twitter, I saw a glimpse of a case that I thought was a new design and after a quick email, my suspicions were confirmed. The Cullinan is a new mid-tower design that features a slick tempered glass finish on the side and front panels. In one shot, the LED lighting looks like something out of Star Trek. The case has an extremely elegant look to it while also being able to support an impressive amount of liquid cooling components. I can’t wait for more details on that, as well as some new Titanium rated PSUs (Tokamak) and a new RGB mechanical keyboard. Below is the full press release so you can catch up on a few more details. Rosewill to debut new gaming, PC components and home product series at Computex 2016 Press release [Wednesday 1 June 2016] Rosewill, a leading manufacturer of PC gaming gear, PC components and consumer electronics, has selected Computex 2016 to unveil the latest additions to the company’s expanding product lines, and will also introduce the company’s new gaming series logo, Rosewill Gaming. Rosewill’s products will be on display at the annual event held from May 31 – Ju...



ROSEWILL Nighthawk 117 Review

Introduction It’s time to spread our wings and fly! The analogy only goes as far as the title ROSEWILL is using for one of their newer cases, but I thought it sounded fun and inspirational. ROSEWILL has been in the background of the hardware industry for what seems like forever now. Sure, they may not be the first name that comes to mind when you think of a computer case or gaming peripherals, but they’ve always offered compelling choices for those who want a solid product but can’t afford a top brand. The Nighthawk 117 doesn’t look to be an exception here, but before we look at it in further detail, let’s look a bit closer at ROSEWILL’s philosophy. Rosewill’s mission is to consistently deliver reliable, high quality PC gaming, IT hardware and home products through leading innovation and long-lasting relationships. Rosewill Inc. was established in 2004, founded by manufacturing reliable, high-quality technology products. The first products under the Rosewill brand name included computer components such as computer cases, power supply units, keyboards, mice and cables. Over time, the product line strategically developed and entered new areas of growth, including PC gaming and home products. Under the management of experienced e-retail experts, Rosewill products can be found on all top e-commerce sites, along with product information and reviews. Today, Rosewill currently manufactures and markets an immense catalogue of inventive produc...



ROSEWILL Showed Off the Nighthawk 117 at CES 2016

ROSEWILL is a name that hasn’t been mentioned here in a while, but we hope that starts changing because they had some impressive components at CES this year. The Newegg original prides themselves on giving their customers the best bang for their buck that they can so that there’s more left over for those cash hungry components like CPUs and GPUs. Since many of our site veterans are Newegg regulars, it would’ve been a shame for us not to stop by and find out what ROSEWILL was showing off. The Nighthawk 117 is a great looking case, but the gaming mouse and speaker set that I saw promised some good things to come as well. First, let’s address the horrible lighting in the Palazzo. So much yellow! Now, with that out of the way let’s turn to the Nighthawk 117. This is a full tower offering from ROSEWILL and it has some nice looking features at a good price point. The first thing that was noticeable was the spacious interior. It will certainly make a build pretty easy for those who don’t like working in tight spaces. The aesthetic is very nice. It has just enough edges to give it that gaming look, but they aren’t so “in your face” to lose a certain elegance to the design as well. The fun part was being able to open the vents on top for a bit of additional airflow. It looks cool and serves practicality if the user likes to dampen the noise a bit at times. The other feature I really like is the eSATA port on the top of the case ...



Rosewill Announces New Members of THRONE Gaming Case

Detail product information: http://www.rosewill.com/landingpage/THRONE/



Rosewill is an official sponsor of BlizzCon 2013!

After Blizzard tested many computer cases, they chose Rosewill to house all the components the gamers will use during the event. Rosewill started back in 2004 small and now Rosewill is a top name brand in PC Hardware, components, and accessories and we are continuing to grow and expand globally! Just so you know, Blizzcon is a two day event on November 8-9, 2013 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.  We’re going to have the THRONE Industrial with other products on display and a new case mod we’re going to do just for the Blizzcon event exclusive at our booth.  Also, we are going to share the excitement with on and off site activities so everyone can have some of the fun even if they don’t have the chance to attend the Blizzcon event. The Rosewill team will be there at the event and I hope to see you there too!  Here is the announcement form Blizzard. http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/company/press/pressreleases.html?id=10873780



Rosewill Gives Displays Freedom to Tilt, Pan, Swing, and Swivel

City of Industry, CA – Rosewill®, the leading brand of PC components and peripherals and award-winning power supplies, computer cases, and gaming peripherals, has released new display mounts to maximize your desk real estate. Rosewill has successfully brought to market many award winning computer cases, power supplies, computer accessories such as mechanical keyboards and gaming headsets and looking to expand on their success, they are bringing attention to another very essential component to desktop computers everywhere, the display. Complimenting entry level gaming systems, workstations, and even high end gaming systems are 3 new Rosewill Display Mounts: RHMS-13001, RHMS-13002, and RHMS-13003. With a lightweight aluminum construction, C-clamp column support, quick snap configuration, ultrafast setup, and an elegantly designed framework, the Rosewill Display mounts are ready to free displays everywhere. With up to 44lbs and 30 inch display support, it will free your display from the static stand and allow it to tilt, pan, swing, swivel, can even adjust height on the fly with the Spring Mount Arm, or support a dual display setup. With the ability to position your monitor just right, it will also help reduce eye, neck, and shoulder strain so you can game or work stronger and longer. Rosewill also shares their love for displays in the living room with its availability of TV Brackets compatible with 13 inch televisions all the way up to 65 inches. Whether its ultra slim, u...



Rosewill Hercules 1600 W

Rosewill craves to establish themselves as a top name in the PSU market, so they keep on releasing high-end models. Their top of the line PSU is the Hercules-1600, which we will have the chance to test today. With 1600 W of max power, things are going to be very interesting. Full Review: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Rosewill/Hercules-1600/







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