Reeven Announces Twila RGB LED Strip

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Reeven Announces Twila RGB LED Strip

Cooling manufacturer Reeven has begun expanding their product portfolio with some modding accessories. Their latest is called the Twila and it is an RGB LED strip. The Twila RGB strip uses a standard RGB 4-pin connector with a +12V, G,R,B pinout. It also conveniently mounts into any steel chassis via magnets so it is just a matter of plugging and putting it into place. For those who have a plastic or aluminium enclosure however, Reeven also provides 3M adhesive strips for strong dependable mounting on any angle.

Reeven Announces Twila RGB LED Strip

Each strip has 21 pieces of 5050 RGB LEDs on a white backing with polyurethane coating. This offers some protection to the lights and components inside. The strips are also daisy-chainable for installation on much larger enclosures. One strip measures 380mm long by 8mm wide, and is 3.5mm thick.

Reeven Announces Twila RGB LED Strip

Since it uses a standard 4-pin RGB header, the Twila RGB LED is also compatible with various motherboard RGB LED software. This includes ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASRock LED. Users can mix and match, as well as coordinate with other RGB LED devices attached to their motherboard.

Pricing and Availability

The Reeven Twila will be available in retail stores starting November 2017 for just $16.49 USD.

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