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NZXT offers its latest case and mechanical keyboard fro gamers

NZXT has rolled out a pair of new products for computer users. The first of the new products is the NZXT H440 case aimed at DIY gamers.
The H440 case is available in black or white colors, and completely removes the 5.25-inch optical bays. The case also has a full-view window that shows an interior made for an easy build and attractive style.

The H440 has an integrated power supply shroud to hide the mess of cables and four new steel HDD trays to hold all the storage you might need. The case features a robust cooling system with a single rear 140mm fan for exhaust and three 120mm intake fans. This is the first NZXT case to use its new next generation case fans. Builders looking to use liquid cooling systems can fit a radiator up to 360mm in size inside the case as well.
The H440 is available for pre-order for $119.
The second product is the new Shine 3 mechanical keyboard. It is available in black and white or black and red colors. It uses Cherry MX Red switches and offers plenty of LED backlighting.

The Shine 3 will be available for $149.99.

Source: NZXT

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Who still buys full ATX?
By techxx on 1/14/2014 10:44:18 AM , Rating: 2
Many can get away with mini-ITX and 99%+ can get away with Micro-ATX. Unless you're running 3 graphics cards I don't get the point...

RE: Who still buys full ATX?
By troysavary on 1/14/2014 11:43:53 AM , Rating: 4
Adequate cooling, room for future expansion, ease of access when working on it, bling factor. Lots of reasons to go with a bigger case. I'd rather have more than I need now, than find out in the future I don't have enough.

RE: Who still buys full ATX?
By JDHammer on 1/14/2014 12:45:15 PM , Rating: 2
As a computer builder myself, I totally agree.

By Arkive on 1/14/2014 10:53:24 AM , Rating: 2
Kinda unimpressed with the ergonomics on the keyboard. The only custom keys I see are on the right side, which isn't the side you want them (unless you're left-handed). Also, the lack of any optional palm/wrist rest is sad, especially from a device that will generally be used for long periods at time.

By croc on 1/15/2014 12:10:28 AM , Rating: 2
...Is a Ducky Channel Shine 3, offered by NZXT. On NZXT's website they also show one in all white...

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