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13 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – TTeSports

TTeSports is a Termaltake brand (a hardware producer well known for its cases and power supplies), dedicated to the gaming industry. On their booth we could see the Cronos headset with a retractable microphone, the latest Challenger keyboard with membrane keys (and lots of macro, M function and multimedia keys – including a jog key for volume). Also, there were the Poseidon Z mechanical keyboard, […]

13 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – Roccat TYON

We continue the gaming peripherals news with the new TYON mouse from Roccat. Of course, Roccat had more products on display but those were only minor iteration of products already available on the market, like the Roccat Kone Pure. However it’s nice to see the new colors (gray aka Naval Storm and brown – Camo Charge). As I said earlier, at Computex 2014 the main […]

13 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – A4Tech Bloody

At Computex 2014 we also had the change to see the booths of some of the most well know peripherals producers. We start the news with Bloody, an A4Tech brand created for their gaming peripherals. A few months ago I had the chance to review the Bloody A7 gaming mouse and my conclusion was that the performance – price ratio was great. Iā€™m glad to […]

13 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – SpareOne Plus

SpareOne is another brand from the XPAL Power family, and it mostly focuses on one product – the emergency phone. SpareOne was launched a few years ago, and it has just received an upgrade through SpareOne Plus. We are talking about a phone specially made for extreme conditions and life threatening situations. The SpareOne Plus is a mobile phone that can operate using a single […]

13 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – PowerSkin POP’n, Galaxy S5 waterproof battery case and QuickCharge 2.0

XPAL Power is a subsidiary of TennRich International, operating from California, USA. This company has two brands (PowerSkin and SpareOne) and also work with Energizer under a license. PowerSkin is the brand that offers battery cases for various phone manufacturers, but also external batteries that can be used with most of the phones available on the market. At Computex 2014, PowerSkin showed a few interesting […]

12 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – Minfort min16 & min16plus speakers

As you can assume there ware a lot of asian manufacturers that we never heard before present at Computex 2014 show. We will not make a report on each of them, but there are some with very interesting products that worth making them popular to the european people. Minfort is a taiwanese company focused on developing high-end PC speakers, handmade in Taiwan with local but […]

12 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – BitFenix shows Atlas, Aegis & Pandora cases

BitFenix produces some of the most beautiful and ergonomically designed cases on the market, past models like Colossus, Survivor and Prodigy support this statement. This year at Computex, BitFenix didn’t let us down and showcased some new and very interesting cases. BitFenix Atlas is designed for the extreme enthusiasts crowd as it can fit any hardware you can think of together with a serious watercooling […]

12 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – Apacer shows DDR4 kits and PCI-E SSD

The boys from Apacer really came prepared to Computex this year and we could see a lot of new products in their booth. We saw two different DDR4 kits, namely a 32GB DDR4 2400 kit and also Apacer Lethal Kukhuri DDR4 2400 32GB kit. We also saw a lot of new DDR3 models – DDR3 2933 Thunderbird series, DDR3 3300 Ares and DDR3 3450 Thunderbird. […]

12 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – GIGABYTE Overclocking – G Power VRM

GIGABYTE’s commitment to overclocking is no secret – the company has a special motherboard series for this purpose and they also use to organize one of the biggest overclocking competitions in the world – GOOC. This year GIGABYTE went a bit further and had a special place in their booth for some overclocking tools. Of course, we are not interested in the CPU pot or […]

12 June 2014. .

Computex 2014 – PanRam shows DDR4 & Waterproof mechanical gaming keyboard

PanRam is a memory manufacturer who usually sells in the Asia Pacific region. This year they came to Computex with a full line-up of memory kits, but the most interesting ones were the DDR4 Ninja-V models. We couldn’t find any specs yet but it is good to see that even the smaller manufacturers are preparing for the DDR4 invasion. Another thing PanRam is manufacturing right […]

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