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This is quite interesting, Like your case go in screensaver while you are away tongue.gif
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Here's the description of the Ducky Pocket:

Ducky Pocket is a battery-powered calculator that stands out from the crowd due to its mechanical switches. The model can be connected via USB to a PC for functionality such as a numeric keypad, to complement the example of a tenkeyless keyboard. When Pocket is plugged in, it activates the backlight in the display and RGB LEDs in the mechanical switches.

Ducky RGB illuminated calculators expected to be launched towards the end of the year with a yet unknown price tag.

As someone who wishes daily that the numpad was on the left and loves mechanical keys I'd probably be all over this. I could finally drop down to a TKL style keyboard as well for double bonus.
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More Acer high-resolution 35" XZ350CK TN based monitor in 180 Hz



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Is this a prototype? If not any approx release info. This looks like a true beast.
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Is this a prototype? If not any approx release info. This looks like a true beast.

This monitor seems like it's a go but there's no information on price or when it is expected to be in stores
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Things I can't believe are happening:
  • Manufacturers clinging to 8-bit-per-channel color with "HDR" when 10+ bit-per-channel color has been supported by Intel GPUs for years. Why bother dynamically shifting the brightness of 8 bits when you can have four times the brightness scale if you just start using 10 (or 12, or 14) bpc color? "Prosumer" 10-bit displays have been widely available for almost a decade, maybe it's time to add a couple of bits to the color channels instead of emulating it with dynamic "HDR"?
  • NOBODY talking about the new Universal Stylus Initiative pen standard, no articles, no photos, no videos!
  • People actually buy all these tricked-out LED cases, keyboards, power supplies, and calculators.
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So ... is no one developing a PC case to compete with the Fractal Design Define Nano S. You know, an ATX-like layout with sound damping, good number of fans and water-cooling options, no 5.25'' bays, and dust filters on all intake slots (with bottom dust filter removed from the front as a nice touch). Maybe this time, make it only compatible with SFX-L PSUs to save even more space at the bottom; make the top ModuVent™ actually modular so that you can keep parts of it if you only intend to use a 120/140mm radiator at the top; and, finally, improve the design to give it a more modern look with flowing lines.
The Corsair Carbide 400Q is actually not that far from that. Just shrink it a bit, make a few changes and you're there (instead of giving us a white Carbide 400c !!!!). Computex 2016 makes it look like the market is moving back to the full ATX cases. What about the mITX community. Don't we deserve some love too. I don't get it headscratch.gif

P.S.

If the specs for the Corsair's new ML120/ML140 fans, as seen here http://www.tomshardware.com/news/corsair-magnetic-levitation-fans-gpu,31977.html, are correct, they don't seem as quiet as I thought.
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Sigh. why every time i post will trigger a double post one.
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So ... is no one developing a PC case to compete with the Fractal Design Define Nano S. You know, an ATX-like layout with sound damping, good number of fans and water-cooling options, no 5.25'' bays, and dust filters on all intake slots (with bottom dust filter removed from the front as a nice touch). Maybe this time, make it only compatible with SFX-L PSUs to save even more space at the bottom; make the top ModuVent™ actually modular so that you can keep parts of it if you only intend to use a 120/140mm radiator at the top; and, finally, improve the design to give it a more modern look with flowing lines.
The Corsair Carbide 400Q is actually not that far from that. Just shrink it a bit, make a few changes and you're there (instead of giving us a white Carbide 400c !!!!). Computex 2016 makes it look like the market is moving back to the full ATX cases. What about the mITX community. Don't we deserve some love too. I don't get it headscratch.gif

P.S.

If the specs for the Corsair's new ML120/ML140 fans, as seen here http://www.tomshardware.com/news/corsair-magnetic-levitation-fans-gpu,31977.html, are correct, they don't seem as quiet as I thought.

I don't know why but i noticed the same trend going with motherboards. The number of Skylake ITX boards released by the top four motherboard manufacturers seems to be lesser than that compared to previous Haswell generation while ATX boards reach a new high in term of number of models.
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since apparantly everyone in this thread seems to know maybe the case gurus can help me out

cant choose between a

corsair air 540

or a deepcool genome ROG edition

the reason i will choose the genome is because of the water cooler built in

is their any other case like this that can out perform my h240x kit?

are their any other cases worth me looking at?? thanks alot!
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