Since its inception in 2005, Razer has rolled out everything gaming related, except for one thing: PC gaming chassis, but that changes on January 8 when the gaming lifestyle company unveiled its first gaming PC chassis called Razer Tomahawk. Two models are introduced: Razer Tomahawk and Razer Tomahawk Elite. The latter is, obviously, the range topper and also the one that’s more “high-tech” and sophisticated like a supercar. Continue reading Razer’s First PC Gaming Chassis Has Some Serious Supercar Vibe
You probably can’t make a PC out of an Imperial Shuttle’s model and so, the Deepcool x Bill Owen Tristellar S PC Case you see here, is probably as close as you can get to one. Inspired by Star Wars and “spaceship,” this PC case is as outlandish as it is cool, and so if you are looking for something along those lines, it is the case of choice. No doubt about it. But wait. Can you really fit everything into this thing? Apparently, you can, well, with a little trade off on the mainboard, which you have to go for mini-ITX, as opposed to the regular ATX boards. Continue reading Love Star Wars? Then You Gotta Love This Star Wars-inspired “Tri-fin” PC Case
(photos: SilverStone) SilverStone Fortress FT03-MINI | US$tba | www.silverstonetek.com
one of the many reasons that draw people to Mac is its simplicity and sleek look. you got to give it to Apple for coming with gadgets that are so aesthetically pleasing. if you are a non-Mac users, the good news is, you won’t be left out of the sleek-kingdom, thanks to SilverStone Technology. while firms like Cooler Master and Thermaltake do offers cool looking cases, the Taiwan-based firm stands as one of the few that takes the minimalist route and its micro-ITX case, the Fortress FT03-MINI is one good example. Continue reading SilverStone Fortress FT03-MINI
(photos: Thermaltake) Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition | US$tba | www.thermaltake.com
while full fledge first person shooter simulator remains as a mortal gamer’s fantasy, avid FPS fans can at least soup up their rigs to look the part of battle-ready gear. the new Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition is just the computer chassis you will need to do that. based on the original Level 10 GT, the Battle Edition is given a military green paint job treatment with military-inspired prints spread around its chassis (such as a mock bazooka operating instruction). couple those with the original Level 10 GT’s futuristic styling, the Battle Edition does really look like a complete battle rig. Continue reading Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition
(photos: Cooler Master) Cooler Master Cosmos II ATX PC Case | US$tba | www.coolermaster.com
though we might not be an active PC user anymore, that doesn’t take away our interest in beautifully crafted PC case like this particular fine example from Cooler Master, dubbed the Cosmos II Ultra Tower. as the name suggest, this sleek case features a roomy interior that will swallow an oversized XL-ATX main board, along with four double width graphics accelerators. though we think black is not exactly the new black for desktop this season but we still dig its midnight black aluminum chassis with mesh accents. some of the features include swing open side panels (with a push of a button), a cohort of hot-swappable drive bays, advanced control panel for managing up to 10 fans, water cooling support, and numerous connectivity options that include a pair of USB 3.0, four USB 2.0, and one E-SATA. Continue reading Cooler Master Cosmos II Ultra Tower PC Case
(image credit: Coobeeo) Coobeeo HELLO-Q PC Case | US$tbc | www.coobeeo.com.tw
if you are still contemplating on building a LEGO PC case, here’s one case that might saves you the adventure. just announced by Coobeeo Technology Co., Ltd, a Taiwan-based PC case manufacturer, is a LEGO-inspired PC case dubbed the HELLO-Q. measuring 450 x 200 x 410 mm, this novel PC case has a studded faceplate that allows user have LEGO-like fun on it, such as forming up of words or even creating a holder for your stationery. i don’t think you be using this in the office, but if you do, you can put words like ‘i hate you, boss’ or sort. aside the studded face, the faceplate includes a pair of USB port and the standard audio jacks. the case is design to fit ATX or micro ATX mainboard and will comes in four flavor of colors, namely, black, pink, baby blue and white.
no words on its pricing and availability but it sure helps if you have contacts over in Taiwan who can help to snoop this baby out. looks cool but we prefer to have studs all round the case, not just the faceplate.
(image credit: Coobeeo) quick customization such as stationery holder or form words on the PC faceplate