Lian Li has unveiled the PC-V352 Desktop/HTPC case, targeting users on the lookout for PC chassis with small footprints.
After attending the COMPUTEX 2010 Pre-Show International Press Conference, journalists were whisked off to MSI’s headquarter in Jhonghe City in Taipei. We were shown a number of MSI’s notebooks and PCs. More inside.
Thermaltake Litepower Thermaltake has launched the new Thermaltake Litepower 350W, 450W and 550W, adding on to the Litepower family of PSUs. Read more…
Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless keyboard Enermax has announced the Aurora Micro Wireless keyboard, aimed at HTPC enthusiasts. Measuring 319 x 193 x 33 mm and weighing 800g, the Aurora features a compact keyboard with a high-precision (1200 dpi sensor) trackball, eliminating the need for a mouse. Read more…
Nexus LOW-7000 R2 CPU Cooler Nexus has launched the LOW-7000 R2, its latest version of the low-profile LOW-7000 CPU Cooler with support for AM2/3 sockets. Measuring 138x123x70.3mm and weighing 475gm, the LOW-7000 R2 is designed for use in a HPTC.
Thomas over at Tom’s Hardware had reviewed 2 home-theaters PC (HTPC) cases, namely the Lian-Li PC-V351 and nMedia PC HTPC 8000. Read on to find out what he has to say about them here! “Most Tom’s Hardware readers are technology-savvy enough to appreciate the concept of a home-theater PC (HTPC), but many of us still
DFI has announced a new fanless Mini-ITX motherboard – NP100-N16C. This motherboard utilizes a 45nm Intel® Atom™ N270 processor (1.6GHz clock, 533MHz system bus) with the Intel® 945GSE Express chipset and ICH7M I/O controller hub. Exhibiting a processor thermal design power (TDP) of just 2.5 watts, this value-optimized platform provides higher performance-per-watt than previous Intel x86 mobile platforms.
With hi-definition audio and visuals becoming more and more common, Home Theater PCs (HTPC), while offering improved audio support and hi-definition multimedia playback, also provide more upgradeability and compatibility as compared to single function devices. As such, more people are seeking to build their own HTPC units instead. Global mainboard and graphic producer, MSI, has integrated
We have in our labs today something tinier than usual – Silverstone’s latest small form factor casing, the SG05.