Rosewill produces many computer components and peripherals, from computer cases to wireless adapters to keyboards, and has announced several new items at CES 2012. Among the new products are the Ranger and Ranger-M computer cases. The Ranger is a mid-size tower with ATX motherboard support while the Ranger-M is a mini-size tower for MicroATX boards. The full-size brother to the Ranger cases is the Thor V2 and its White Edition. This case design can hold an XL-ATX board with 6 internal 3.5” drives. There is also support for three 230 mm fans; one on the front, top, and side. In case the Thor V2 is not big enough for you, there is the Blackhawk-Ultra Super Tower. At 25” tall and 25.99” deep, this tower supports motherboards ranging from ATX to HPTX. If you need 10 internal 3.5” drive slots, this may be the case for you.
Other products announced are the new Hive power supplies, with 80+ Bronze certification. The three PSUs are 550 W, 650 W and 750 W. The Capstone PSU series achieves 80+ Gold certification with its 450 W, 550 W, 650 W, and 750 W non-modular units, and 650 W and 750 W modular units. The RX-358 U3C is an external HDD enclosure with both USB 3 and eSATA external interfaces. Two wireless adapters, routers, and some laptop accessories have also been announced.