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(video) Shows Computex 2013: Rosewill

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On their Computex 2013 stand, Rosewill are showing a off a few new cases, a high end power supply and some keyboards. For more information click the source below

 
Cases:
 
Rosewill Rise
 
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Rosewill Neutron
 
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Rosewill stealth:
 
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PSU:
 
Rosewill Epoch (850W/1000W/1200W)
 
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They are also implementing something similar to Corsair Link for PSUs:
 
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Rosewill are also updating their mechanical keyboard line to the RK-9200 series.
 
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Source: http://www.anandtech.com/show/7027/computex-2013-rosewill

 

 

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It's nice to see another PSU company finally adding digital control and efficiency along with Corsair.

Hopefully a lot more vendors will implement this besides Rosewill and Corsair.


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It's nice to see another PSU company finally adding digital control and efficiency along with Corsair.

Hopefully a lot more vendors will implement this besides Rosewill and Corsair.

 

and a company driving prices down on backlit mechanical keyboards. 


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The one thing all case manufacturers are forgetting are DUST FILTERS! Why can't someone release a dust proof high air flow case already? I know one is in the making, but theres been no word of it anywhere :(


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Looks like they got their PSU's name "Epoch" from a game. (Chrono Trigger :SNES:)


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This is some pretty nice stuff actually. Looks good. I like the power supply and the case that can hold a dual Xeon board and it is not ugly which is a change from cases that can hold that kind of board.


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So a midtower case for an itx mobo... hmmm. Logic?


Is this the real life? Or is this just fantasy?

 

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The one thing all case manufacturers are forgetting are DUST FILTERS! Why can't someone release a dust proof high air flow case already? I know one is in the making, but theres been no word of it anywhere  :(

Silverstone's ultra fine filters are the only thing on the market that can actually filter dust instead of small rocks.


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Well, since zac necro'd, the Epoch Series of power supplies in the OP above has been cancelled.

The Throne and Rise are both out, but the Stealth and Neutron don't seem to be out.

The RK-9200 mechanical series have been released.

I can't find anything on that power supply software.

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