As usual, CCL had a large booth with a couple of competitions running, including the previously popular build a PC as fast as you can competition and the ‘Grab a Grand’ competition where competitors had to grab as much fake money out the air as possible in 20 seconds.
Overclockers UK were showing off a number of their BitFenix Prodigy based gaming systems in a few different colours.
They also had a large stand dedicated to gaming keyboards with a varied selection of mechanical units to try out.
Overclockers UK were the only exhibitor who employed the services of a booth babe to show off their systems.
In a corner of the exhibition hall we came across a company called QWERkeys who sell custom key caps for mechanical keyboards. They have a vast range of different key caps which fit onto mechanical keyboards which use Cherry MX switches.
ESET are one of the headline sponsors of the Insomnia series. They had a large stand which consisted mainly of a tournament area. They were also holding a Nerf gun shooting competition.
There were a number of areas set aside in the exhibition hall dedicated to different games such as Minecraft and Guardians of Middle Earth.
KitGuru says: Another year of Insomnia over, roll on i48!