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Saturday, 26 July 2008 10:21

Cooler Master preparing a new CM Storm series

Written by Slobodan Simic

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To be shown at Games Convention

Cooler Master is working hard to start its newest case series, the CM Storm. The new CM Storm will be the new Cooler Master series which is primarily aimed at gamers and their needs. The entire series will be officially introduced sometime in late 2008 but the first product of this new series will be shown at this year's Games Convention in Leipzig.

Cooler Master has prepared a prototype of its Storm Sniper chassis which will debut at this year's Games Convention. The entire concept of the CM Storm series are gamers and their needs. The entire CM Storm series will be based on "Strength, Security and Control", which will be the main focus of the CM Storm series.

There are no details about the upcoming Storm Sniper case but we will sure be there to take a closer look at it.

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