Cooler Master Prepares Comprehensive Line-up at CeBIT 2009

"Cooler Master and its off-shoot brands look to have an impressive showcase of products for CeBIT 2009."

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Cooler Master Prepares Comprehensive Line-up at CeBIT 2009

CeBIT has been known as the top trade show for the IT sector.  With this in mind, Cooler Master is going all out with what they will be showing off.  Not only will they have a whole host of their own products on display, but this will also be the first time products from their two off-shoot brands, CM Storm and Choixx, will find themselves on the same floor.

From Cooler Master themselves, we will be seeing a number of cases, heatsinks, and notebook products.  On the case front, Cooler Master will be showing off the soon-to-be released HAF 922, which is essentially the HAF 932's mid tower little brother, and the Gladiator 600, a new case that will feature excellent airflow design, roomy interior, and a LED control switch.  In the cooling field, the innovative award-winning V10 hybrid TEC cooler is on deck.  Cooler Master is also moving into a new area with the SNA 95 notebook adapter,  featuring a cable management and dustproof system as well as eight different connectors plus USB port.  CM's NotePal notebook cooling series and 2.5"/3.5" enclosures will make an appearance with updated looks.

   

CM Storm is an off-shoot brand that teamed up with a number of pro gamers to bring out products that satisfy all gamers' needs.  On display for these guys are the Storm Tactics-bearing Sniper chassis, an upcoming case labeled the Scout, and a line of gaming mouse surfaces aimed and giving gamers top-level precision.


Choiix is perhaps a lesser-brand that aims to bring out stylish notebook accessories.  Choixx plans to showcase their elegant natural wooden Chair notebook stand and the Mini Air-Through notebook cooler designed to hold the latest popular small-sized notebooks.


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