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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