SkyHawk is a Taiwan-based company that has been around since 1988. They specialize in producing a wide range of computer peripherals and networking products. They had a mid-sized stand at this year's ITExpo and it was obvious that they were mainly focusing on bringing awareness to their range of aluminium PC enclosures, as there was not much else on display at their stand.
In the picture below you will see seven aluminium mid-tower cases. From left to right these are the ATX 4305, the new ALP4350U, the ATX 4356, the ATX 4377+D, the ATX 4378VO, the ATX 4336 and finally, the ATX 4396. All of these cases are very attractive and also very cheap. However, don't expect Lian-Li quality because just by looking at them, you can tell that they are not as well-made or as durable. Stiil, for the price they are quite decent and a viable alternative for people that can't afford a Lian-Li.
The next product is something that you may remember being used as the case for the Shuttle SV24 barebone system that was being reviewed by every man and his dog a month or so ago. This case is very small and is ideal for those of you looking at making a home DVD player or even a lightweight LAN machine.
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