Ah, July. School's out, the sun is up and the days are long. You know what that means? It's the perfect time to go inside and play video games.
Liquid cooling, long the geeky masterwork of any PC gaming champion, has become simpler to set up, with pre-assembled, self-contained units available for any dummy in search of a cooler CPU. Maingear says their newest cooler frosts like a boss.
For whatever reason, Maingear decided that they should stick a full numeric keypad onto a 15-inch laptop. And using whatever magic, they managed to pull it off without creating a monster.
Maingear, the custom PC maker and purveyor of tramp stamp laptops, has let loose a duo of simplistic-looking desktop towers this morning designed to "shed the bling" and focus instead on what's going down inside the case.
I don't know that anyone is going to double check Maingear's claims that their eX-L 18 laptop is the world's quickest. But if the glowing lower back tattoo is any indication, it's as "fast" as any Dell I've met.