Product roundup: Corsair unveils latest Bulldog PC, WD expands HD line

We take a look at some of the latest products to hit the market.

After unveiling its prototype of Bulldog last June, Corsair has revealed its production version of the 4K gaming PC at PAX Prime.

It features a highly-vented console-sized chassis, an SFX power supply and twin compact liquid CPU and GPU coolers, all integrated with a mini-ITX motherboard. Bulldog will be available at the end of 2015.

Corsair has also announced its first gaming products designed with eSports Team Dignitas, including the Corsair Gaming Sabre Laser gaming mouse and MM300 Anti-Fray Mouse Mat.

The mouse comes with an 8,200 DPI laser sensor, 16.8 million colours for customisation and eight programmable buttons, while the mouse mat features reinforced stitched edges for surface protection as well as an anti-skid rubber base.

Overclockers has announced that it will be stocking the Rajintek STYX. The case supports 2x 120mm fans or a 240mm radiator in the top of the case and on the side. It can also support a slim DVD drive and is available in a range of colours.

Office products vendor Brother has secured a deal with consumer vendor DeVancer, and will be stocking the company’s iBeani – a beanbag specifically designed to hold tablets.

Prices start from £24.99 for the iBeani, which comes in various materials and designs.

In addition, TP-Link has released the AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit VDSL2 Modem Router, the Archer VR900. It comes with a 1GHz internal processor and four Gigabit LAN ports.

Elsewhere, Kurio has developed a new two-in-one tablet dubbed the Kurio Smart. It boasts a detachable keyboard, 32GB of internal memory, and various programs such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Lastly, WD has expanded its range of WD Black hard drives (HD) with a capacity of up to 6TB. The drives combine 7200 RPM spin speed, 128MB cache, dual stage actuator technology, SATA 6Gbs interface and an integrated dual processor.

Available now through select retailers, the drives will retail from $264 (£172) to $294 (£192).

WD has also announced the expansion of its WD Red Pro HD line with the release of 5TB and 6TB capacities.

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