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Huntkey Introduces the Shield H405 PC Case with Radiation Protection

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  1. btarunr

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    Huntkey Enterprise Group officially announces that “Radiation Protection for the Future”, Huntkey SHIELD chassis global launching ceremony is scheduled to be presented in Shenzhen Huntkey Industrial Park on October 28. One of the major releases of the company in 2010, it would be distributed in the retail market as a middle/high-end product of Huntkey.

    With the advance of technology and the proliferation of the Internet, the computer is today a must-have device in our daily life. It is nothing strange for an office lady, or business people to watch a movie, or play video games at home after eight hours of working in front of the screen. For them, over half of their time is spent on computers every day. It is hard to image what life would be without a computer. However, a computer generates radiation. The longer we use computer, the more risk of exposure to radiation hazard. While there are numerous reports online about computer radiation hazards, the most common include acne, balding and infertility.

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    Every day, we see many pregnant women trying to protect their babies from radiation. “Radiation protection for the future—Huntkey is in action. Offering 5-star protection, Huntkey’s all new SHIELD chassis protects you from the harm of radiation.” A Huntkey spokesman said.

    Huntkey SHIELD chassis adopts full-body radiation protection design, with USB3.0 ports and large steel mesh front panel to ensure excellent ventilation, dust and radiation protection. The side panels use TAC2.0 structure to better support Intel I5 CPUs. “As the radiation protection chassis, Huntkey SHIELD chassis has its specific features: First of all, it adds an independent USB rack at the USB output. Also, it has an EMI shrapnel in the rear penal CPI slot. Ventilation airways with diameters smaller than 5.5mm (r/30); metal panels to protect the disk drive in the front side of the chassis. The rack of the chassis is made of premium conductive metal. Good contact between the metals sheets ensures excellent electromagnetic radiation performance for the product.” Villa Li, Huntkey Product Manager said.“To get a look at the real product, please join us to unveil the mysterious Huntkey Shield on October 28….Be patient.”
     
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    very misleading name. it's EMI protection. people might think it's all about ionizing radiation lol
     
  3. Breathless New Member

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    too much PC usage kills fertility? Oh noes...
     
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    That's the dumbest thing..... :shadedshu :eek:
     
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    You have greater odds of being eaten by a shark in your own bathtub than dying from the radiation emitted from your computer case.

    But the case looks nice.
     
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    I'm not worried about the "radiation" coming from my computer -- I'm worried about outside radiation going into it and screwing something up. :p All it takes is a stray cosmic ray and a poorly shielded case to ruin your day.
     
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    These people are really dumb. I mean really dumb. This is hardly news. This so called radiation is not the classic "OMG CHERNOBYL" radiation, it is the "OMG POPCORN IN MICROWAVE" radiation. Yes, that type of radiation could be bad for you, but there are really no long term studies as to its potency yet. Cell phones cause cancer? Who knows. All I know is this is a dumb thing to have, as I am far away enough from my desktop PC not to have the radiation, if there is any, to come in contact with me.

    TL;DR: If you want to sleep in bed with your computer, while it is on, then go ahead and grab this cause you might not get cancer, which might or might no exist.
     
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    At least it looks good.
     
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    Sig'd --

    that is one of the most epic break downs i have ever heard
     
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    Yea, well... maybe he doesn't have sharks swimming in HIS bathtub, but its a frequent problem for me.
     
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    Dear Huntkey,
    Every time I step outside, more radiation hits me in a minute that my computer will ever make ever.
     
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    need bigger pics to see more detail tbh
     
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    Fail marketing is fail.
     
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    obviously, its to make the PC survive nuclear fallout - so that they still work for wasteland travelers...
     
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    ... That would be excellent. I noticed that lots of those rigs that can be found in old ruins/sewers seem to have issues of one sort or another.
     
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    I do believe there's actually a chance of acne and fertility issues, except it's caused by people not being exposed to sunlight and and sitting on their ass with too little movement rather than mystical 'radiation', so a case won't help.

    Plus almost all cases are made from metal giving 100% protection against EMI.
     
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    Haven't I seen this case from 5 different other companies???
     

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