Antec was displaying several new case design but a couple stood out from the rest. Their new M-P180 series takes all of the features from the full size P182 and compresses it into a mini-tower case designed specifically for uATX board designs. The case features a top mounted 200mm fan, removable drive bay cages, quiet design parameters, and should be available in August.

The new Twelve Hundred series is an update to one of our favorite cases around the lab, the Nine Hundred Series. Antec has listened to their users and is now including easy access fan filters for the front fan mounts, a specific water cooling version designed with a built-in large radiator tank and access points, and a 200mm fan top mount fan with the option of an additional 200mm fan for the door. .


Compro had several new products at the show this year with their new DTV3 technology running on Windows Vista being one of the more impressive demos we noticed in the TV Tuner market. In conjunction with the new E900MCE tuner card, we were able to display up to nine unique windows on Vista with each one running a separate TV or Video In line feed. This included the ability to run multiple TV feeds in the Vista Sidebar.

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  • yyrkoon - Wednesday, June 13, 2007 - link

    The Antec M-P180 looks promising for a low profile case, hope you guys give it a serious review ! Reply
  • Goty - Tuesday, June 12, 2007 - link

    There's a little bit of misleading info in the article with respect to Cooljag. Cooljag is hardly a newcomer to PC cooling as it has had products out in this area since 2003. Reply
  • neweggster - Wednesday, June 13, 2007 - link

    No Cooljag is 100% new to the retail market for CPU HSF and such.

    They however are a earlier 2k company that produced heatsinks for other leading manufacturing HSF retail companies. They were really well known for OEM and this is their first bid to the retail market comprising their own HSF solutions for retail sale.

    Anand is not wrong in it's statement. =)
  • soydeedo - Tuesday, June 12, 2007 - link

    Hasn't the Liberty been out for over a year now? Is this an update? Reply
  • neweggster - Wednesday, June 13, 2007 - link

    Liberty has been out for a long time yes. Liberty isn't a new product name it is a product model line. Enermax is the company and the Liberty series is a robust modular PSU they build. Since it is a new model set it remains the Libert title for its model name, but new specifications.

    The Liberty series has always been modular design for them and thus the name Liberty for the name of their modular series. I sorta like modular PSU now, they work just as good as the normal non-modular design PSU in this category. They also offer some pretty impressive lower ripple design and 80-85% efficiency ratings making them a great choice when building a beautiful high end machine with a see through case window. Modular in my opinion lets you have less cables in the case with better airflow.
  • strikeback03 - Wednesday, June 13, 2007 - link

    I just bought a Liberty 400W for a new computer for my boss a few weeks ago. Didn't have the 6+2 pin adapter. Wonder when those will start shipping? Reply
  • toattett - Tuesday, June 12, 2007 - link

    This article has an interesting "AMD Quad Core" title thumbnail, yet the entire article has no mention of any AMD products?
    Isn't it a bit misleading?
  • JarredWalton - Tuesday, June 12, 2007 - link

    I swapped article images with the last Computex piece, just to make you happy. :) Besides, it seemed to fit better. As for why the AMD logo in the first place, probably because Gary was trying to find something to use and AMD was at the show. Reply
  • mongo lloyd - Tuesday, June 12, 2007 - link

    You wrote "OxOCC" but the picture clearly states "OXCCO". Which is it? Reply

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