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Jan 20, 12 at 7:31pm
Supernova1332


quote Shadow of Death
Mice with weights? Interesting idea. I like my Razer Lachesis but I do prefer my technology being a bit heavier (makes it feel more solid, and less likely to be blown out of my hands by a breeze XD). Just feels better, y'know?
Many logitech 'gamer' designs also incorporate interchangeable weight systems for future reference, if/when you buy a new mouse.



Jan 20, 12 at 12:42pm
Shadow of Death


Goddamn it, I lost my post >_< I'll just sum up my thoughts in short then ~_~

The CNPS12X case is too big to be allowed, seems to be covering two of the RAM slots. The smaller brother to it is no slouch in the size department either and seems to be covering up one itself.

Lian-Li cases look interesting, the HTPC sized ones would fit a home theater setup's aesthetics quite well (looking like a piece of Home Theater equipment themselves). The tray system would be convenient, so long as cable length wasn't an issue. I like the appearance of the PC-QO9FN in particular (other people got their fingerprints all over its beautiful surface! Good thing it's aluminum then XD).

Mice with weights? Interesting idea. I like my Razer Lachesis but I do prefer my technology being a bit heavier (makes it feel more solid, and less likely to be blown out of my hands by a breeze XD). Just feels better, y'know?

All in all, an interesting day ^_^



Jan 20, 12 at 3:04am
Supernova1332


Again, great coverage

Loving the style of the cnps12x and its good to see they're not stagnating entirely on their 7xxx and 9xxx designs anymore.

quote HJ
I would imagine that most everyone at one point has lusted after an all-aluminum Lian-Li case. Unfortunately for those lustful folk, myself included, Lian-Li's amazing construction and designs were just out of their budget range.
Couldn't agree more with this sentiment. Their cheapest aluminum chassis that supports atx is nearly $90.

I love the idea of supermicro getting in on some enthusiast action, although their cases look like designs Dell scrapped because they were a little too edgy.



Jan 20, 12 at 2:01am
leochan


Part three of Neoseeker's CES 2012 event report is now live, with our booth highlights from Zalman, Lian-Li, SuperMicro, ROCCAT and IOGear. Check out our impressions of a mix of enthusiast and mainstream solutions right here:





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