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You have probably heard the expression “find something you are good at and stick with it”. Incredibly simple advice that makes more sense than most people realize. This piece of common sense applies to design every bit as much as it does to charting a life path. If you design an item that works effectively and efficiently, based on simple principles, there is probably little reason to stray from this type of design. We have seen it over and over again, manufacturers with excellent products going in an ill-advised direction trying to re-invent the wheel when the initial round one works perfectly as is.
Thermaltaketoday officially releasing the new adoption of the Urban with the new Urban T81 –Thermaltake presents an update of its Urban line with the new Urban T81 – an elegant, high-impact design. Beautifully architectured, the T81 is engineered for one solid purpose: To provide enthusiasts with the ability to build the highest performing systems while retaining a simple, elegant, and commanding appearance. It is not merely a PC chassis; it is an exemplar of modernist design.See More
Following its debut public appearance at Showstoppers at CES 2014, Sinister took to Kickstarter, and has been on a steady trend to reaching its funding goal. Much like Sinister undergoing revisions to both performance and appearance, so has the Kickstarter campaign page. New, informative videos have been added, and new features and rewards have been revealed!See More
PC gamers are big on performance when it comes to the 'fragging' power of their PCs, but may prefer to tote a smaller rig to a Lan party. MSI launches the MSI Nightblade gaming barebone PC, designed to pack all the wallop anyone might need in a solid and sturdy 16 liter-sized Red Dragon High Airflow chassis. “Despite its mini-ITX form factor, the MSI Nightblade can host an ATX-size graphics card and supports the usage of two SSDs, an HDD and even an optical drive bay. The solid handle on the frontside helps gamers to easily carry the Nightblade from one LAN-event to the next.” The MSI Nightblade is available worldwide from the 2nd week of March 2014 and will be on its first live display at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, Germany.See More