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Monday, 08 March 2010 11:25

Choiix showcasing many new peripherals

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Cebit 2010: Something for everyone



Choiix is a PC accessory line from Cooler Master, which has been created to provide users with set of unique designs, specifically focused on the portable computer system market. It is designed for people who wish to enjoy their own unique chic lifestyle.

One of the products that showcased at Cebit as part of the Choiix line is the NotePal ErgoStand. This is a special notebook stand with a 14 cm silent fan with stepless speed control function and On / Off switch. From the next picture you can see anti-slip props that that can be adjusted to house 9” to 17” notebooks.

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Device is equipped with 4x USB ports, its weight is about 1kg and it comes with side handles for cable management. A special feature of the NotePal ErgoStand is adjustable height; five different high settings provide an easy way to adjust it to suit your neck and wrist. The price is still unknown.

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The next interesting thing we came across is Power Fort. This device is packed in a slim and streamlined design, and features 10Whrs rechargeable power backup battery pack. The capacity is sufficient for charging an iPod four times in a row, or for 3 times cellular phones recharge cycles. Obviously, it can also be used to charge some less demanding devices as well.

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It delivers 1 Amp, hences it charges devices up to 30% faster than normal USB power. Interestingly, Power Fort also packs flashlight to light your way in an emergency.

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Choiix 123 Swapper allows for swapping hard drives efficiently without interrupting system operation. The cover alone can be used as a SATA hard drive USB adapter for 2.5” hard drives up to 500GB. It has a USB 2.0 interface but we hope it will be available with USB 3.0 soon. You can see it at the picture below.

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Next to see is CardPal, a small and nice looking card reader. It has four slots, where the first one can house MS / MS Pro / MS Duo / MS Pro Duo cards, while the second slot is reserved for SD / Mini SD / MMC / SDHC and SDXC (compatible) cards. The third one can be used for T-flash (micro SD) cards and the fourth slot is for Sony's M2 cards. Its dimensions are 75 x 23 x 16 mm. 

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The mouse you can see at the picture below is named Cruiser. It is designed as travel mouse and it features adjustable height, a 2.4G sensor with 1600dpi, automatic sleep mode and on/off battery management, and even a plug-and-play nano receiver.
 
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In the same package with Cruiser you will find water proof and precise tracking mouse pad.

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On the next picture you can enjoy in creativity of Choiix. Try to find 20 different animals hidden somewhere on the surface of the eco mouse pad. (Is that Waldo with a shotgun? sub.ed.)

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