By Thomas McDonald
I spent the past month doing my annual Game Immersion Ritual, in which I leap into a pile of games and swim through them like Uncle Scrooge going for a dip in his money bin, emerging with a list of the top 100 releases for the year.
Stuck with a vast inventory of computers he couldn’t sell, alpha geek Dr. Sepulveda links the machines together to create a “virtual theme park” called Darwinia, inhabited by 2D sprites with primitive artificial intelligence.
While its dimensions are almost identical to the S500, the Nikon S1’s slightly thicker body makes it feel less like a “spy camera.” This isn’t a knock, certainly, as the S1 is still plenty small—you’ll have no problem stashing it in your pocket or handbag.
Zalman has been pimping its “blooming flower” heatsink design for what seems like ages, so we were understandably excited to see the company deviate from this mold with its all-new CNPS9500 LED CPU cooler.