M Festival and i34

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Powerdrive Computers

Side-by-side at the Coolermaster stand was also Power Drive Computers. Steve Walsh showed us the glorious Roccat Kone. A mouse packed full of innovative features. Unfortunately the working samples wasn’t borrowable. Considering this was supposed to be available for review in Novemeber last year, Roccat better get a move on if they don’t want to miss the hype.

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Quiet PC

One of my favourite stands was the QPC one, with gaming on the Zalman 3D monitors; it was definitely a unique experience.

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We even managed to get a pose; albeit, not a particularly happy one.

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Andrew enjoyed rocking it out on Guitar Hero using the Zalman 3D monitor whilst I had a shot at COD4, which was certainly very different, but very enjoyable.

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As we couldn’t get a shot of Paul "Skippy" Lee posing by the stand, we captured him in action whilst giving it all on Guitar Hero – which he seemed to be playing the majority of the time.

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Some of the Zalman products were also on show at the QPC stand.

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