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Aqua Computer unveils their Tiny Farbwerk Nano USB RGB controller

RGB controllers need not be massive.

Aqua Computer unveils their Tiny Farbwerk Nano USB RGB controller

Aqua Computer unveils their Tiny Farbwerk Nano USB RGB controller

Large controller boxes aren't what PC builders want, accessories that are difficult to hide, cable manage or store inside compact systems. Space is at a premium in the PC market, making the ability to pack technology into smaller form factors a highly sought after feature, almost regardless of the industry.

With their Farbwerk Nano, Aqua Computer is offering its users a controller solution that can power up to 90 addressable RGB LEDs. Better still is the fact that this controller is similar in size to a 50 Euro cent coin, while offering users stored profiles and a basic on/off switch. That's a lot of versatility for such a small device. 

Through Aqua Computer's Aquasuite software, users of the Farbwerk Nano can control up to 20 controllers using tools that appear similar to a video editing program, enabling users to create highly customised lighting setups. Each Ferbwerk Nano is powered via USB, so it is possible that the Aqua Computer's software will be limited by your PC's available USB ports, rather than their software's 20 controller limit.     

Using their new AMBIENTpx feature, Aqua Computer can also dedicate up to 90 addressable RGB LEDs to display backlighting, analysing the images on a display to enable ambient lighting. The Fabwerk Nano can also be configured to react to sound if the user wishes. 

  

Aqua Computer unveils their Tiny Farbwerk Nano USB RGB controller  

What Aqua Computer is offering with their Farbwerk Nano controller is versatility and a compact form factor, with pricing starting at €29.90 for a 10x320mm LED strip with 15 LEDs, a 50cm connection cable and a Farbwerk Nano USB controller. The device will be available with compatibility for internal USB headers and external USB connections. 

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16-05-2019, 07:08:15

Warchild
They need not exist period Quote

16-05-2019, 08:56:37

robbiec
Add in a couple of AquaComputer Splitty7s and you have USB for 14 of these for the ultimate RGB bling.

Picked a bad day to try and give up acid I suppose! :|Quote

16-05-2019, 12:17:41

AlienALX
Blimey, the original Farbwerk was tiny! This thing is weeny.

Good though (and so is the software)Quote

16-05-2019, 12:22:33

NeverBackDown
Dice hasn't posted because he's to busy buying all of these in the EU Quote

16-05-2019, 16:09:24

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Dice hasn't posted because he's to busy buying all of these in the EU
Hes currently checking if Aqua Computer do keyboards and PSU so he can switch all his corsair/rog/insert current brand peripherals

Speaking of which. Im still learning new things with my AA 6XT. These guys are on a whole next level for watercooling control.Quote
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