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Computex 2014 - Day 3

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Deders 10th June 2014, 10:29 Quote
The rubber drive fittings are a great idea in the Be Quiet! cases, it would eliminate the need for me to suspend my Samsung F3 by 2 hairbands so that my PC doesn't sound like it's about to open a portal into another dimension.
Impatience 10th June 2014, 11:30 Quote
"Corsair had plenty to show us at Corsair this year" ...Erm? Pretty sure they were at Computex! ;)
HeaverNothing 10th June 2014, 11:57 Quote
I really want one of those RGB K70's , they look so good!
Baz 10th June 2014, 11:57 Quote
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Originally Posted by Impatience
"Corsair had plenty to show us at Corsair this year" ...Erm? Pretty sure they were at Computex! ;)

We've renamed the show. Makes for best exposure ;)
Baguette 10th June 2014, 12:09 Quote
Those carbide cases looking schmexy...
Impatience 10th June 2014, 12:15 Quote
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Originally Posted by Baz
We've renamed the show. Makes for best exposure ;)

{Sarcasm} But I just bought a ticket for Corsaix? Well, I think so.. That's what it sounded like on the phone! {Sarcasm} :)

And I love the look of that RGB K70 too!
SchizoFrog 10th June 2014, 13:42 Quote
Is it possible to find out if Corsair plan at any time in the future to release an RGB K Series keyboard without the number pad? (RGB K65?)
Nexxo 10th June 2014, 16:25 Quote
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Originally Posted by HeaverNothing
I really want one of those RGB K70's , they look so good!

My body is ready.
CptRevelation 10th June 2014, 18:07 Quote
Figured I would mention these errors on the Corsair page. I found that the text "Click to enlarge - The Carbide Air 540" is under the Graphite 780T pictures and that the text "Click to enlarge - The Graphite 780T" is under the Carbide Air 240 pictures.

Beyond that it was a really nice article, the RGB keyboards might actually mean I can get a newer keyboard to replace the Logitech G510 that I have. Looking forward to a review on them when they come out, first though.
iggy 10th June 2014, 20:03 Quote
the bequiet looks like a successor to the p180 line before it got uglified and lost its way. the p380 looks terrible.
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