Target Open Day 2014 is drawing to a close and what better way to round up the day that with a quick gallery of some of the booths here at today’s show!
BioStar were on board with their new SoC motherboards, which feature the chipset and the CPU together, allowing for a single cooling unit for both. Great for integrated solutions that need to reduce cost and size; without sacrificing performance.
Kingston were keen to show off their DDR4 X-Predator memory models, but not as much as their new Cloud headset. It’s a budget friendly headset, but gamers around the world are already flocking to it thanks to it’s exceptional performance.
As rock brought along their latest X99 motherboards, which certainly put on a colourful display with their mixture of metallic blue, red and yellow designs.
I haven’t seen an Evo Labs chassis in the wild before, but their little mini-ITX chassis really caught my attention. Tiny form factor, but room for a full GPU, full ATX PSU and a mini-ITX motherboard; not much room for anything else though.
I’m a big fan of Akasa chassis design, they were initially created for industrial use, but their monolithic design looks really cool in a home theatre. They’ve upgraded their Euler to feature two USB 3.0 ports on the front and have added a subtle silver trim around the front panel, turning their once industrial product into something more consumer friendly.