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Monday, 25 May 2009 13:00

Cooler Master shows its Computex lineup

Written by Slobodan Simic

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New gaming mouse and LGA1156/1366 coolers

Cooler Master
has announced its new products that to debut at this years Computex show in Taiwan. The key parts include the already announced HAF 922 mid-tower case, two new LGA1156 coolers, all new CM Storm gaming peripherals line and few other products.

The flagship attractoin is surely the HAF 922, but we are quite sure that the all new Hyper TX3 and Hyper 212 Plus LGA1156 coolers and CM Storm Sentinel gaming mouse will attract even more attention. The coolers are the first of many LGA1156/1366 compatible coolers that Cooler Master will release, and these two will feature direct contact heatpipes, dual fan cooling and all new PWM fans.

The new lineup includes a new gaming mouse that will be a part of Cooler Master's CM Storm lineup. The Sentinel features a rather interesting design, weight system, and everything else that you would expect from a high-end gaming mouse, such as sensitivity settings and internal memory for profile saving.

Cooler Master will also show its new Choiix line of PC accessories which will include notebook cooler/stand and a small but sleek Choiix accu-mouse. Cooler Master has also prepared a Power LAN 700W, a solution that combines Ethernet network with a power supply and the SNA 95, notebook power adapter.

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