Welcome to the second iteration of our weekly launch roundup feature. This time, we bring you news of a Cooler Master heatsink, a Crucial SSD, a Shuttle barebones PC, and a mobile hard drive from WD.
In case you missed the first roundup, here's the deal: as hard as we try, we don't always have the time or energy to cover every new product launch in depth. But that doesn't mean items that fall through the cracks aren't interesting or noteworthy. Thanks to these roundups, we can maintain our rigorous benchmarking and review-writing regimen while broadening our news coverage.
That's all, folks. See you next week with more new product releases.
|1. BIF - $340||2. chasp_0 - $251||3. mbutrovich - $250|
|4. Ryu Connor - $250||5. YetAnotherGeek2 - $200||6. aeassa - $175|
|7. dashbarron - $150||8. Lucky Jack Aubrey - $100||9. Captain Ned - $100|
|10. Anonymous Gerbil - $100|
|Intel debuts embedded Skylake-R CPUs with Iris Pro graphics||22|
|Fallout 4 gets more love from Bethesda with Far Harbor expansion||13|
|AMD adds refresh-rate ranges to its FreeSync monitor page||25|
|Rumor: Early Broadwell-E benches hint at solid performance gains||67|
|HP refreshes Pavilion consumer PC lineup||14|
|Nvidia teases Pascal GeForces amid GTX 1000-series rumors||49|
|Philips' new 43-inch monitor might make native 4K practical||55|
|Alleged Kaby Lake CPU shows its face in SiSoft Sandra database||29|
|Dell will become Dell Technologies after its EMC buyout||6|