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CES 2012 Live Coverage at HiTech Legion *UPDATED* - Day 2 - Rosewill

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With a short elevator trip, we find ourselves inside Rosewill's suite to check out their vast product range, including a new non-IT related Rosewill Kitchen line! Chinny shows us around the suite to see what they have in-store for the new year.

Rosewill also has new USB-based devices like enclosures, hubs and ports to make life easier for consumers. For those on-the-move, the new convenient Rosewill tech travel kit might come in handy, or for those who work at home, their new Rosewill surveillance system should work for most home businesses.

 

With the success of Rosewill's Thor case, they are releasing a new white variant updated with a few more features. Rosewill also has a new line of affordable power supplies called the Capstone and HIVE PSU which carry an 80 plus gold and 80 plus bronze certification respectively.

 

Sitting in a table in front of the HDTV is one of Rosewill's most popular product: The Rosewill RK9000 mechanical keyboard which is available in four different cherry switches. Rosewill is also introducing a new illuminated gaming keyboard which should be available soon in major US retailers like Amazon and other online e-vendors. Rosewill has also looking to expand to offering Soundbars and other multimedia products and have begun offering new universal media remote controls.

 

 

 

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