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  1. Maximum

    Get your personalized laser engraved Swiftech GTX Titan water block!

    Swiftech just announced the launch of their Komodo GTX Titan waterblocks. Maximum Mods is offering them either as-is in stock form, or we can laser engrave them in any design you choose. Prices start at $149.95 for just the block. Laser engraving starts at $10 for text only. $15 for artwork...
  2. calemus

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    ive seen a few posts here about laser art on various surfaces. and obviously to some degree most of you are DIY'rs Frankenstein Laser Engraver geterdune
  3. Doctor_Death

    Laser artwork for Gigabyte build now finished / Artwork for my 900D build

    Hi Guys, As you already know Digital Storm couldn't use my wolf artwork due to their laser only being able to pick up black & white, so I had to go with the drawing of the Reaper below. Digital Storm should be shipping both panels back tomorrow, so I should hopefully have them by next Monday...
  4. xelosia

    NES light gun gets a laser upgrade

    While it's not the DL-44 heavy blaster we've been holding out for, this Nintendo Zapper is almost as cool. Using the classic Duck Hunt light gun from the original NES, the team at North Street Labs created their own laser pistol. Using a 445nm diode, some batteries, wiring and imagination...
  5. Skyguy

    Cooler Master Sentinel Advance II and Speed-RX

    Aesthetics may help sell a mouse, but the comfort, ergonomics, and price are what often make or break the deal for most diehard gamers. Currently retailing for about $60, the Cooler Master Sentinel Advanced II is priced very well, poised to make a push in the mid-range peripheral market...
  6. Skyguy

    Epic Gear Meduza Gaming Mouse

    The Epic Gear Meduza gaming mouse showcases a rare combination of unique dual sensors, anti-jitter, and other gamer-minded features, all in a sleek package. Can it stand up in a competitive market? Click Epic Gear Meduza for the full review.
  7. Skyguy

    Ozone Radon 5k Gaming Mouse

    Ozone is a company that caters to the gamer, and today we will be focusing on their newest gaming mouse, the Ozone Radon 5k. Loaded with features that gamers want, such as a high DPI laser sensor that ranges from 100 to 5600DPI, built-in memory for programming macros on all the buttons in three...
  8. Doctor_Death

    Help me decide on laser work

    Hi Guys I'm going to have Digital Storm do some laser work on the left TJ 11 side panel and need some help picking the right skull with flames. The panel will have Doctor Death above the skull. and Pure OC at the bottom Here's a few to pick from, then I'll tell you the two I like the most. If...
  9. L

    Targus Rolls Out New WiFi Laser Mouse

    Peripherals specialist Targus, released the new AMW58US wireless laser mouse that uses WiFi to interface with the computer, and in the process, eliminates the need for a dongle. http://www.tcmagazine.com/tcm/news/hardware/40762/targus-coming-out-wifi-enabled-laser-mouse
  10. Skyguy

    Razer Imperator Gaming Mouse

    Over the last decade, Razer has branched into a range of gaming peripherals and accessories, but their mice have always formed the core of their product lineup and claim to fame. Always looking to push the boundaries, Razer has another mouse on the market, the Imperator. Like most...
  11. Skyguy

    Cooler Master Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse

    While this may only be Cooler Master's second foray into the highly competitive mouse market, the Inferno looks very attractive, and appears to have hit all the right notes that gamers typically demand. The features on the Inferno look to include a huge range of customizations and...
  12. Skyguy

    Mionix Naos 500 Gaming Mouse

    The peripheral gaming market is competitive and crowded, but Swedish company Mionix claims the Naos 5000 to be exceptionally comfortable, bore out by a rather unique ergonomic design from what we've seen. The features and specifications for the Naos are impressive, but we've seen many...
  13. Skyguy

    Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advance

    With Cooler Master's first foray into the highly competitive mouse market, the Sentinel Advance looks extremely attractive, and Cooler Master appears to have hit all the right notes with this rodent. The features on the Sentinel also look to include just about everything but the kitchen sink...
  14. Skyguy

    NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse

    Today we're looking at the NZXT Avatar Gaming Mouse, a sleek rodent that shows great promise in a very competitive market segment. With a nice feature set, range of buttons, and a straightforward setup, it's a no-nonsense solution for those who don't like things complicated or fussy. Click...
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