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Cooler Master Silencio 550 Computer Chassis

Posted in Cases by Conner Flynn on May 24th, 2011

Cooler Master’s latest case is called the Silencio 550 and it aims to usher in a new era of silent towers The Silencio 550 is black and features a glossy front door that opens. The case is designed to keep most of the sound inside so you don’t hear it. The case also has silencing foam padding and a steel frame with rubber feet.

The cooling system uses a pair of silent spinning fans and there are seven 3.5″ drive bays inside, with three 5.25″ bays outside and one 2.5″ bay. It has a USB 3.0 port on top and holes for an optional water cooling system. Nothing on pricing yet.

Cooler Master NotePal LapAir keeps your notebook cool

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on May 18th, 2011

When you use your notebook directly on your lap, things can get hot. You can always get a notebook cooler, but most aren’t made for use on your lap and they are often bulky and uncomfortable. Well Cooler Master is here to solve your problems and keep your lap cool enough so that you can still bear children.

Their new notebook cooler called the NotePal LapAir is specifically designed for use in your lap. It features a soft sponge mat on the bottom for comfort and you can use it on a desk or table too. Other handy features include some cable management grooves, it is powered from your USB port and also has a second USB port.

Cooler Master Spawn Gaming Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2011

Cooler Master, the company that sounds like it will chill your beer, has introduced the Spawn gaming mouse. Sadly, it has nothing to do with the Spawn comic book character. Sorry if the name got your geek juices flowing.

It features on-the-fly DPI change with a 3500 DPI laser sensor, 32KB on-board memory, 7 buttons with 5 million OMRON switches and a rubberized no-slip exterior. It just might improve your game. You can purchase the Cooler Master Spawn for around $50.

Cooler Master USNA 95 notebook power adapter is world’s smallest

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on September 8th, 2010

Notebook users know that the power adapter for their machines often seems as big and heavy as the notebook itself. It can be a real challenge to fit that adapter into your notebook bag or suitcase when going on the road because of the bulk. Cooler Master has unveiled a new universal 95W adapter for small notebooks that is very thin and small.

The adapter is called the USNA 95 and it has 95W of power with 150W peak. The small adapter measures 2.4″ x 0.7″ x 4.1″ and is billed as the world’s smallest 95W power adapter. The device ships with nine tips that work with the majority of notebooks on the market.

Cooler Master HAF 912 offers a lot for a little

Posted in Cases,Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on September 7th, 2010

Computer cases can be dirt-cheap and fall apart easily or they can cost more than some pre-built computers do to purchase. The difference is how they look on the outside and how they perform on the inside. Cooler Master has some of those crazy expensive cases and it has some cheap offerings like the new HAF 912.

The HAF 912 will ship on September 14 for $59.99 making it one of the cheaper cases Cooler Master offers. For that much money you get a mid-tower case measuring 9.1″ x 18.9″ x 19.5″ and mode from SECC and plastic.

Cooler Master unveils AMD edition HAF 932 case

Posted in Cases by Shane McGlaun on November 16th, 2009

coolermasteramdhafOne of my all time favorite PC cases from Cooler Master was the Stacker wearing the NVIDIA green color for the trim. The special edition case was great for NVIDIA fans. Cooler Master has now unveiled a new case aimed at the AMD fan called the HAF 932 AMD edition.

The case has black with red trim and a clear side window with a frosted AMD dragon and AMD Fusion logo. The chassis also has red LED lights inside. Other features of the case are the same as the original HAF 932 chassis. The drive bays are tooless and the case has a removable HDD rack.

Cooler Master unveils new universal notebook power adapters

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on October 21st, 2009

cmnbpsuAt one point four different friends called me up all hoping that I had an extra power adapter for a notebook when theirs went out. It’s not all that uncommon a thing to happen it seems, despite the fact that it has never happened to me personally. If your notebook power adapter is on the fritz, Cooler Master has a pair of new adapters just for you.

Cooler Master may be better known for its line of computer cases, but these power supplies seem pretty cool. The devices are the NA 65 and NA 90 high-efficiency power adapters. They each come with nine different tips to allow them to work with most notebooks on the market.

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Cooler Master Storm gaming mouse with OLED display

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2009

Cooler Master Storm gaming mouse with OLED displayTweaktown recently got to check out Cooler Master’s upcoming Storm gaming mouse. This mouse is interesting mostly because of the built-in OLED display, adjustable DPI, and lots of lights. Obviously you aren’t going to do much with the screen, being the small size that it is.

You could display a small logo maybe. The model shown here is not the final version, so all of the lighting tricks aren’t shown. Yeah, it’s tacky, but those who love flashing shiny things will be happy. Pricing and availability are not yet known.

Cooler Master unveils all Cosmos Black details

Posted in Cases,Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on December 11th, 2008

Cooler Master Cosmos BlackCooler Master has been teasing the limited edition Cosmos Black chassis and bundle for about a month now. Today was the official unveil date and all the details about the limited edition case are now known.

We knew that the chassis was going to be limited to 500 worldwide already. Pricing for the limited edition case, cooling fan, and PSU bundle will be $599. The complete bundle will include the Cosmos Black chassis, Hyper Z600 Black Label Cooler, and a Cooler Master UCP 700 or Real Power M850 PSU depending on the region.

Cooler Master unviels more of the Cosmos Black bundle

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on December 4th, 2008

Cooler Master HyperZ600 BlackCooler Master may be most well known for its cool computer cases, but it also makes a line of other gear including cooling products and more. As CPUs have increased their performance, the cooling demands have increased. This means cooling products are larger and often much noisier.

Last month I talked a bit about the limited edition Cooler Master Cosmos Black case bundle. Cooler Master has announced that a special, exclusive HyperZ600 CPU cooler will be part of the bundle with the Cosmos Black. The cooler is all black and adds new cooling features in addition to the black color scheme.

Cooler Master teases ultra-limited Cosmos Black chassis

Posted in Computer Cases by Shane McGlaun on November 19th, 2008

Cooler Master Cosmos BlackWhen it comes to the perfect case for a new gaming rig you are building, most enthusiasts don’t go with whatever the cheapest enclosure available is. The enthusiast wants something that has good looks and great thermal performance. A good case may cost more, but in the long run the tradeoff is well worth it to most of us.

One of the best computer cases around is the Cooler Master Cosmos, I actually use one for my gaming rig and I love it. Cooler Master has teased a new and very limited edition version of the Cosmos called the Cosmos Black. Details on the case and the bundle of goodies it includes are scant, but Cooler Master says that it will reveal all on December 11.

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