A Clear Battle
Clear cases, generally made from acrylic are a pain to keep clean, but these gamers tough it out and come away with very nice looking cases that allow you to see all of the components.
A nice double-sided clear case with a handle on top for easy LAN party transportation.
Clearly a blue love affair.
A little red to brighten up your day.
Another acrylic double wide; this one using blue and black light lightening.
A pair of Sunbeamtech clear cases on display at QuakeCon 2008 BYOC.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [The Truly Wicked Cases]
- Page 3 [Cases of QuakeCon]
- Page 4 [More Cases of QuakeCon]
- Page 5 [A Clear Battle]
- Page 6 [The Pros try to steal the show]
- Page 7 [More Than Cases]
- Page 8 [The Ones That Didn't Make It]
- Page 9 [Final Thoughts]
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