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CeBIT 2007 - Origen AE, Cool IT Systems and ASUS

Posted on Friday, March 23 2007 @ 05:15:34 CET by

CeBIT 2007: Origen AE
Origen AE is redefining the type of cases used for HTPC. The company is showing off the flag ship S21T, which comes with an integrated 12.1" full HD touch screen. They are even stuffing the cases with hardware and have them up and running. A new prototype of an external touch screen LCD screen can also be tried out. The complete lineup of the S, H and X series can be found at their booth.

CeBIT 2007: Cool IT Systems
Cool IT Systems is showing off their three TEC based liquid cooling systems. These are pre-assembled, pre-filled, maintenance free & high performance liquid cooling systems. This must be the most interesting cooling solution at CeBIT this year. They have teamed up with Silverstone and are showing up a large TEC based cooler which can handle anything you could throw at it.

CeBIT 2007: ASUS
ASUS has a huge booth at CeBIT. They are showing off the entire line-up of Notebooks, as well as the brand new Xonar D2 & D2x soundcards which finally support PCI-E x1. On top of that, you will be able to take a look at the Lamborghini notebook and the first LED back-lit sub-notebook from ASUS. New CPU coolers, fans and computer cases, as well as a 22 inch 2 ms gaming LCD with built in subwoofer round up the mix.



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