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Thanks! Razer has been teasing that they've held CNET's best of show the past two years, and with Sixense technology, maybe we'll see some motion control from them?
Wooderson wrote: Anything PC hardware related of course and i'm very interested in cases as always. Leap's new motion controller seems pretty interesting for non gaming use, if it's there. Also if you see any nice case mods post up some picks for me please. Have a safe trip and remember "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy".
Haha, we're going to have plenty for you to look forward to. InWin has a booth this year instead of a meeting suite, we'll be stopping by to see what they have in store probably closer to the end of the week.
draymac wrote: I would like to see what InWin is cooking up next. I love their cases. Also, lets see what anyone has in the way of affordable water cooling. Hmmm, maybe I am sub consciously thinking of a rebuild...
Take a look at the Thermaltake article that just went live. Wes talked with Tt about their support for smaller form factor builds, and they mention their plans for not only water cooling support, but a true chassis as well.
Hasbeen wrote: I really wanna know if companies like Corsair are going to follow NZXT's lead in the 140mm liquid coolers. I've been thinking that someone should have made one for years now. As bonus anything related to shoving computer parts into ever smaller chassis would be great to see. See what you can get us, it's all very cool.
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