I’m in the midst of pricing up a new PC, right, and part of it’s because I finally want a PC I can do the whole gaming thing on (‘cos my current PC uses onboard graphics and is generally a bit rubbish). So, thanks to scooting about trying to find a decent rig that won’t cost me an arm, a leg, and the soul of my firstborn, I’ve been seeing a lot of stuff about liquid-cooled PCs.
Brilliant timing, then, ‘cos according to The Inquisitr, NEC has just announced the world’s first liquid-cooled smartphone. It’s called the NEC Medias X, and since liquid-cooling’s been a thing in computers since as far back as 1982 (with the Cray-2), I suppose it was inevitable it’d end up in phones one day. So, what’s the crack? (more…)