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Cooler Master is breathing new life into their entry-level mid-tower line-up with the new Elite 431 Plus. We take a look to see if Cooler Master delivered on their promise of bringing premium features to entry-level casings.
Anyone that's ever had a laptop on their, well lap, will know how hot some of these machines can run. Especially if you're playing games or watching a long movie. We take a look at Cooler Master's new NotePal X3 Cooling Pad to see if it will keep your notebook from running a fever.
Mechanical keyboards are quickly becoming an essential piece of hardware for anyone who takes their PC gaming seriously. Meet CM Storm's newest entry in the market: the Cherry MX switches-fitted QuickFire Rapid.
CM Storm, part of Cooler Master, is continuing its mission to arm the gaming revolution with its second attempt at a gaming mouse, the Sentinel Zero G with a whopping resolution of 5600dpi.
We check out the Cooler Master Storm Enforcer, a mid-tower refresh that packs new features such as USB 3.0 compatibility and special 2.5-inch drive bays for today's gamers.
The giant Cooler Master Storm USB 3.0 notebook cooler packs two large, 140mm fans, can accommodate up to 19-inch notebooks, and also has an integrated USB 3.0 hub. Check out this giant among coolers.
The latest member of Cooler Master's Elite series is an all-black mid-tower casing that promises to fit even the largest of graphics cards. Can the Elite 430 Black live up to its claims?
Cooler Master continues to expand its range of CPU air coolers with the V6GT, a slight variation of its current V6 CPU cooler. With a name and design that tries to evoke images of fast cars and powerful engines, would the V6GT be up to the task?
The Cooler Master HAF X is the new flagship of the company's HAF line-up. It features an unprecedented nine expansion slots, support for non-standard motherboards and a comprehensive ventilation system that befits a HAF casing. Naturally, we couldn't give this a miss.
Cooler Master's USNA 95 notebook adapter shaves much of the weight and bulk off today's PC notebook adapters, and adds a handy USB port as well - all while providing 95 watts of power.