CyberPowerPC reveals Kinetic series case & Tracer VII series laptops with RTX 40 GPUs
The new Kinetic series of cases has been in development for the past year and the company is currently poised for release in mid-April. It features a kinetic parametric pattern design on the front of the case with active vents that open and close independently based on the internal temperature of the case.
The case uses his PWM sensor on the motherboard to adjust the vents as needed to maintain proper temperature levels within the system. The case also reduces the amount of noise and dust depending on your system’s overall performance requirements. No pricing has been announced as of this writing.
The Tracer VII laptop series offers the latest Intel Raptor Lake mobile processors and options for up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 mobile graphics for the ultimate gaming laptop. Consumers can take advantage of his two models of either 16-inch or 17-inch displays, both offering 100% SRGB IPS displays with a 240Hz refresh rate.
A 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900HX processor will power the Tracer VII laptop, while the 17-inch model will offer up to a mobile NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPU. The 16-inch model offers NVIDIA’s mobile RTX 4070 GPU. Both laptops are due to be released next month. Pricing for the new laptop is also not available at this time.
Cyber PowerPC also announced his keyboard configurator that allows users to custom pre-configure his dream mechanical keyboard using linear and tactile key switches from his top brands such as Geteron, Kailh, Outemu, Gazzew. did. Optionally, choose from multiple keycap designs, including Dyesub and Doubleshot PBT. The company will also release a new premium 60% mechanical keyboard called the Pearl CK60 that offers users additional customization options. The keyboard will be available in June 2023 with a retail price of $249.
News Source: CyberPowerPC