Cooler Master is all set for Computex 2009 next week for a full lineup of products to display. We've already seen some of these here at OCC as we've had the opportunity to several including the HAF 932 and HAF 922 cases. CM plans to have a live demo featuring the HAF 932 stuffed with four graphics cards to showcase its cooling capabilities. Up till now, the CM Storm product line has consisted of the CM Storm Sniper and Scout cases which will also be on display this year. However, Cooler Master hasn't been idle since the CM Storm line was announced last year and plans to unveil the Sentinel gaming mouse featuring an ergonomic shape, adjustable sensitivity levels and the ability to store gaming profiles in its onboard memory. The term 'mousepad' is so passe, even 'gaming surface' is dated; 'tactical surface' sounds much more suited to FPS-style gaming and Cooler Master will be unveiling a full range of CM Storm Battle Pads.
Cooler Master will have a lineup of cooling products including the Hyper TX3 and Hyper 212 Plus, the first LGA1156 and LGA1156/1366 compatible coolers in its product stable, featuring direct contact heat-pipes, dual fan cooling and new PWM fans. CM has also decided to experiment with "Freezing a Soda" using its V10 Hybrid TEC cooler. Cooler Master is entering the notebook power supply market with the introduction of the SNA95 power adapter, recepient of this year's Computex Taipei Design and Innovation Award 2009.