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CeBIT Australia 2004 Coverage - ThermalTake

Last week Sydney's Darling Harbor played host to CeBIT Australia 2004 trade show at the Exhibition Centre. We were at the event and saw products from Samsung, VR Solutions, Cooler Master, ThermalTake, Global Win, Flexi Glow and Altech Computers. Who knows what happened to AMD, Intel and others.

| Trade Shows | Posted: May 11, 2004 4:00 am

ThermalTake

 

Francis and our friends from ThermalTake were next on the list in their booth right next to CoolerMaster.

 

ThermalTake were displaying quite a few new and interesting products including their new inter-changeable Intel Prescott heatsinks, a USB-powered fan, total power wattage viewer, and the one which got us most interested, a remote controlled rheobus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ThermalTake had some really cool products on display and it will surely go along way to spicing things up for section of the PC enthusiast market.

 

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