Several members of the Tom's Hardware team, from multiple countries, made the trip to Taipei, Taiwan, for Computex 2014. The show saw many new products announced, and we're recognizing those that impressed us...
Xigmatek's Nebula enclosure was showcased at Computex 2014 in multiple colors, which certainly caught our attention.
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Corsair's new Graphite series 380T enclosure is a nice case for portable Mini-ITX systems.
Noctua showed off its Active Noise Cancellation technology at Computex 2014.
Noctua had many new heatsinks on display at Computex 2014.
Noctua presented a number of very interesting new fan products at Computex 2014.
Cryorig has revealed two mid-range CPU cooling products.
Cryorig demonstrated a customizable fan that can be disassembled. The company also showed off its CPU coolers in pretty colors.
DeepCool has entered the all-in-one water cooling market with its Maelstrom series.
DeepCool's new SteamCastle enclosures look funky!
Roccat's new Tyon mouse has an analog thumb paddle for improved in-game control.
SilverStone's Milo ML07 might be coming out in many varieties.
EVGA has a prototype of its first keyboard along with a prototype of an ACX cooler for the GTX Titan Z.
MSI showed off three very low-power motherboards at Computex 2014.
Asus showcased white motherboards at Computex, along with a four lane PCIe-to-M.2 adapter.
SilverStone's new liquid cooler doesn't have a pump, yet the liquid still moves.
Next-gen AquaCharger leads Lepa forward. (Yes, we just said that.)
SilverStone's new SG13 Mini-ITX Enclosure is tiny.
Slim cooling solutions highlight Gelid's latest product array.
The SilverStone TJ12 has been dubbed the Companion Cube at the SilverStone office.
Full tower cooling and storage in a more convenient package.
Super Flower's new Titanium PSUs can push up to 1600 W, beating the competition by a good 100 watt margin.