PCR rounds up the latest products from the tech industry

New product roundup: Antec releases Flagship Case and Citizen expands printer range

Antec announces the availability of the P380 Flagship Case for quiet gaming. Like similar models from Antec, the P380 is equipped to dampen system noise.

This week also sees Cooler Master unveil the Ergostand III, which comes with a docking station for up to 17-inch laptops and tablets. It is priced at £34.99 and features a fan blade design, to help povide better air flow to increase laptop cooling.

The latest printer from Citizen is the CL-E720, which comes with print speeds of up to 8IPS, 200mm/s in direct thermal and 6IPS 150mm/s in thermal transfer.

PNY has launched its SSD upgrade kit this week, which comes with various benefits including lower energy consumption, no overheating and virtually no noise. The SRP for the new kit is £14.99.

In addition, Edifier hopes to compliment customers’ personal computer with the Edifier Prisma Encore. It comes with a 40W subwoofer, 2x12W satellite speakers and touch-sensitive volume and playback controls. The speakers are available through distributor Midwich.

Brother is launching two new desktop office label printers. The new PT-D450VP (18mm), which replaces Brother’s PT-2030VP, while the flagship PT-D600VP (24mm) will replace the PT-2730VP. Both models have print speeds of up to 30mmp/s and feature hi-res LCD screens. 

NEC has unveiled a 98-inch 4K UHD display this week. The MultiSync X981UHD can provide four times the resolution of Full HD and comes equipped with direct-LED backlights.

Finally, The Power Tap charger was released this week, which turns on for charging and turns off for standby. The charger is priced at £14.99.

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