Computer cases usually include sheet metal enclosures for a power supply unit and drive bays, as well as a rear panel that can accommodate peripheral connectors protruding from the motherboard and expansion slots. Most cases also have a power button or switch, a reset button, and LEDs to indicate power status as well as hard drive and network activity. Some cases include built-in I/O ports (such as USB and headphone ports) on the front of the case. Such a case will also include the wires needed to connect these ports, switches and indicators to the motherboard.This time you can see some of the weird CPU casings.These are 10 PC Computer case mods that are simply so fun to look at! People all over the world take time out of their personal life to build amazing creations for their computer cases. I praise their effort and the creativity.
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Now that the aughts are behind us, we can start the new decade with a bang. So many new technologies are ready to make a big impact this year. Some of them will be brand new, but many have been gestating and are now ready to hatch. If there is any theme here it is the mobile Web. As I think through the top ten technologies that will rock 2011, more than half of them are mobile and computer related. But those technologies are tied to advances in the overall Web as well.Below is my list of the top ten technologies that will leave the biggest marks on 2011:
1. LaCie Porsche Design P9000 Hard Drives
we are about to see a Porsche Design from LaCie, but now a storage device called P900. The LaCie P900 hard drive is available in desktop or mobile versions. Storage capacity ranges from 500GB up to 2TB and it also uses USB 3.0 technology. The LaCie P900 hard drive are encase in an aluminum casing ensuring that the drive inside is secure and can dissipate heat. You can buy the LaCie Porsche Design P9000 hard drives from $105 to $160 respectively.