ASUS WX-Lamborghini wireless mouse is one of the latest technology of ASUS. We have also seen some car designs with Acer’s Smartphone and laptop models, like the Acer Ferrari 5000 laptop. From that we can conclude that some of the electronic companies are trying to use the popularity of car designs with their technology. The ASUS WX-Lamborghini wireless mouse features a 2500dpi laser sensor, 2.4GHz wireless connectivity with a range of up to 10 meters, four buttons, and a scroll wheel that looks similar to the rims of a Diablo sports car. The wireless mouse also has leather-like side grips and will be available in either black or white with black highlights. There will be a limited edition colored in yellow that resembles the Lamborghini’s signature finish. It has a dimension of 106.5mm x 68mm x 36mm and it is now available in Europe for €38 ($54) a pop.
Scythe has launched its latest CPU cooler dubbed as Mine 2 in Europe. This CPU cooler supports Intel LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA775 as well as AMD(AM3, AM2+, AM2) processors. The Mine 2 has eight copper heat pips for extreme performance in cooling down your processor. If you are planning to overclock your CPU, it’ll not be a problem because it is also equipped with Intake airflows as well as exhale airflows to maximize its performance. The Mine 2 was designed with 2 aluminum tower heatsinks and a Slip Stream 140 (140mm) PWM fan in the middle that operates at 470 to 1900 RPM. You can buy this CPU cooler for 50.50 Euro or about $68.
Transcend has announced their latest dual-channel DDR3 technology called 8 GB DDR3-2000 aXeRam memory. This kit when purchased includes two identical 4GB memory modules with a clock frequency of 2000MHz and timings of 9-11-9-24. These memory modules are designed for hardcore gamers, 3D animators, HD video editing, overclockers, and other professional users can take the benefits of a 64-bit operating system.. The aXeRam was proven power efficient rated only 1.6 volts and will retails for around $230.
If you are looking for a mid-tower system case for your high-end desktop pc, you might want to check this latest technology from Aerocool called Sixth Element. The Taiwan-based company is targeting those gaming enthusiasts who are craving for high-end peripherals, thus needing a much cooler system case. Most motherboards are compatible with this steel case, especially Micro ATX and ATX motherboards. It can be equipped with four 5.25-inch drive, six 3.5-inch HDD, and seven expansion slots. The Sixth Element Mid-tower PC case has two 140mm blue LED fans: 1 at the front and 1 on top, which will keep your system cool for several hours. It is also equipped with a top-placed I/O panel, 1x eSATA, 2x USB 2.0 port and 2x audio ports. It has a price tag 80 Euro (around $110).