Last updated on December 8th, 2017 at 09:30 am
Over in Taiwan, Computex may be winding down as we are now at the end of the week, but our man Leo Waldock is still wandering around the showroom floor getting a last look at some new products. Today he went to visit the folks at Aerocool, getting a look at a bunch of new cases, RGB fans and even some gaming furniture.
Starting with the cases, we got to have a look the PC-C0 Pro, the P7-C1 Pro and the Quartz Pro. All three are relatively similar with fairly large frames and plenty of tempered glass. The most obvious difference is the fascia design, as the former two cases are a bit more angular, while the Quartz Pro is definitely more subtle.
After that, we turn to cooling. First of all, the P7-F12 Pro RGB fans are definitely worth mentioning as they look to offer very good value – consumers will receive 3x 120mm RGB fans, plus the controller, for $49.99. Next, Aerocool was also keen to show off its new RGB liquid cooler. A key feature here is the rotatable Aerocool logo – so whichever way you mount it, you can flip the logo round to make sure it is the right way up.
In terms of power supplies, Aerocool showed us the P7-650W, 750W and 850W Platinum units, again with RGB fans included. The pricing is as follows: P7-650W – USD $210, P7-750W – USD $230, P7-850W – USD $260.
Lastly, Aerocool is also getting into the furniture business, with some gamer-esque lounge chairs/couches. We’re not sure on the pricing, but it could appeal to some die-hard gamers.
KitGuru says: RGB lighting seems to have taken over Aerocool, but some of their products look very good at decent prices, too.