Awesome main stand. More-reserved new products
Cooler Master's public stand was one of the most popular. But its new products were all housed in a separate VIP suite.
Cooler Master's VR parachute demo was the highlight of Computex. The user actually felt the chute deploy and then glided in to land.
What makes the parachute rig work.
Cooler Master's stand featured live stream gaming - the sort of crowd Cooler Master wants to attract rather than being product related.
Another crazy part of Cooler Master's public booth - use a controller to aim the robot and fire a ball into the pipes.
A non functioning Lego "case mode" on Cooler Master's stand. The stand represented 'lifestyles' the company wanted to speak to.
A team of model makers work in Cooler Master's private room. Making custom boxes for guests.
The Master Concept 2 enormous case is just a concept at the moment. We weren't allowed to take pictures of the insides. But it was highly modular.
A short and squat Master Concept 2 case - still huge though.
"Dave Cooper's MasterCase Pro 5"
"Dilun Ho's MasterCase Pro 3"
"Jyunwei Huang's MasterCase Maker 7"
There are three Cooler Master case lines: Silence, Performance and Maker. Maker is the top line and is highly customiseable.
Some of the Cooler Master Maker case options.
Cooler Master Turbo Series may appear in August.
'Feel the flow' with Masterliquid Pro Series.
A FlowOp pump
MasterAir Maker 8 Heat Sink Fan coolers.
MasterWatt Maker 1200 PSUs
Cooler Master multi-coloured LED keyboards.
Customiseable Cooler Master MasterMouse.
MasterPulse Pro Cooler Master headphones.
A demo system.
Modular laptop cooler - you can move the fans in different areas below the frame.
Cooler Master laptop coolers.
Cooler Master has created an online store for modders to sell their products - whether its panels, cables, keyboards or whatever. The new etsy.
Custom modded keyboards on sale on Cooler Master's new modding etsy site.
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