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|01-28-2011, 02:11 AM||#1|
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NZXT Bunker - Protecting Your Goods at LAN Parties
Ever go to a restroom during a LAN party, only to come back and find your peripherals missing? Me either, but that shouldn't be a reason to not look into better protecting your goods while at such events. Thanks to NZXT, a great solution doesn't cost much at all. It's called the Bunker, and retails for around $25.
You can check our Ryan's full look at NZXT's Bunker and discuss it here!
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