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At Computex, Taiwan-based In Win has once again brought out its funky-looking desktop cases, but this time there's a new star on the stage. Dubbed the Tou (meaning \"transparent\" in Mandarin Chinese), this ATX full tower features several 3mm-thick tempered glass panels that are screwed onto an alum

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We're not normally all that stoked with motherboards, but Gigabyte's awkwardly named Z68XP-UD3-iSSD just about got our attention at Computex. The highlight here is the Intel 20GB SLC SSD latched onto the board's mSATA slot, which is right next to the LGA1155 CPU socket and the four DDR3 RAM slots

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Wooden computer cases? We've been there before, but few offer the simple elegance of this \"Modern Danish-styled PC enclosure\" photographed by slipperyskip at Collectors Weekly -- who jokingly indicates it wouldn't look out of place on the set of Mad Men. We think an integrated ash tray is a necessi

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The Lian Li T1 Spider is not meant for the average consumer. Then again, you aren't the average consumer are you? The T1 is an open-air test bench for quickly assembling and disassembling Mini-ITX systems for benchmarking purposes. As such, it's built to handle components like a standard Mini-ITX m

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With the ability to surf the web in-car inevitably coming to more and more motorcars, ATX Group, the self-proclaimed \"largest independent telematics services provider to the automotive industry,\" has announced an initiative with the Connected Vehicle Trade Association to \"convene an international w

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While Mio was busy propping up its Moov GPS lineup at CeBIT, it has smartly chosen CTIA to unveil a prototype PND that touts wireless connectivity. After teaming up with ATX, which is hailed as \"the world's largest independent telematics services provider to the automotive industry,\" Mio has launch

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In an unusual move for a company known to cram cases full of bleeding-edge components for hardware overachievers, Alienware is offering their wildly popular (and expensive) P2 ATX case barebones style. What will the $399 price tag get you? A black or silver case, \"Astral Blue\" lighting, a 700-watt p

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There's just nothing quite like the smell of four graphics cards burning through energy in the morning to get you amped for the day, and Thermaltake is making sure you've got the juice and the connectors to make it happen. While not quite as mighty as Ultra Products' 2,000-watt behemoth, the 1,200-

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Although vanilla desktop PCs have (generally) been the same size and shape for years, the small form factor world has never really settled down, and while various other protocols have been thrown out there, no one has actually stepped up the task of standardized an SFF chassis until now. AMD has jus

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We're all about watching new \"world's (insert adjective here)\" gizmos become a reality, and we certainly don't mind the occasional dash of overkill, but Ultra Products' forthcoming power supply takes \"insane\" to another level. In what's presumably the world's largest, most powerful PSU to call an A

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