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Thermaltake displayed upcoming PSUs, cases and keyboards at CES

Gives indication of "Fermi" certification for case

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jan 18, 2010 8:15 am

CES 2010 - The folks at Techpowerup stopped by Thermaltake's booth during CES which had on display some interesting new items not seen before.


There were a couple of new gaming keyboards on show called the Challenger and Challenger Pro which are equipped with onboard memory, USB 2.0 ports and a few other trinkets.


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They also mentioned seeing a new gaming mouse on display called "Black" which uses a 4000 DPI sensor and a weight system, as well as a couple of new headsets, but neither of these products have been pictured.


Also shown were some new power supplies, including their new "Grand" PSU seen below which most noticably sports a more low-profile shape to it whilst retaining the quality and features seen in larger units.


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Finally, some shots were taken of the company's upcoming Element V "NVIDIA" Edition chassis which carries certification for NVIDIA's Fermi graphics cards by including a special cooling contraption for the GPUs and using an NVIDIA colored theme.


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You can see a couple more pics and product info at the source link.



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