The Foxconn stand was fairly small but seemed to be always busy due to a competition they were holding where the winner takes homeFoxconn’s new BLACKOPS motherboard.
A special feature of the BLACKOPS motherboard is its 4in1 Quantum cooler which has interchangeable NB cooling adaptors for air, water or extreme cooling.
Unfortunately Foxconn may have thought we were Hexus and said we couldn’t have a review sample as apparently, we’ve already reviewed it.
The main feature at the Foxconn stand was this rig that which happened to be built in a one-of-a-kind case with a large circular magnifying glass in the centre.
The Gaming Collection
The Gaming Collection had their Mini Chair, PC Chair, Ultimate Game Chair V3 and the Renegade on show – which we reviewed last month.
The PC Chair was my favourite with it allowing you to lean back so far, it’s actually quite scary. But it does, like the other gaming chairs, incorporate speakers and 8 motors – which when not playing games, work quite well in giving a good back massage.
We even got a photo of the owner, Joe Ibrahim, battling it out in COD3 whilst using one of the gaming chairs.
The QPad stand simply had a bunch of mouse pads laid out across the table which could each be tested with the included MX518 or Logitech G9 Mouse. I have to admit, I was quite impressed with these pads. However without any in-game testing to waste some time and try out the pads, I couldn’t give a final verdict.