During Computex 2005 in Taiwan we noticed a very funky looking computer case from Gigabyte. The Taiwanese company has since released their futuristic-looking and all aluminum body "3D Aurora" enthusiast... Read the review.
Today Mike takes a look at a new enclosure from NZXT called "Trinity". The folks at NZXT are looking for something that still appeals to those who want an interesting look, but also has a more docile... Read the review.
Mike was sent one of the latest computer cases from Thermaltake recently which is part of the VA8000 series and called "Armor". The case includes the usual features you would expect from Thermaltake in... Read the review.
Thermaltake are at it again with a new series of computer enclosures which shares its name with the big bad monsters of the sea. The first case in the series is similar to the previous designs but includes... Read the review.
If you have a problem with the green little men which are extraterrestrials, please don't read this review. For those who are fine with our intergalactic neighbors, you might be interested in our review... Read the review.
When it comes to modern enthusiast cases, nearly every manufacturer will tell you they have something new to offer. When it comes to sheer looks, however, Opus Technologies puts their money where their... Read the review.
Many of you have enjoyed the looks and usefulness of the Chenming ATX-601AE enclosure over the years. For those not aware of the manuafacturer, this includes the Chieftec Dragon and the Antec 1030 and... Read the review.
Thermaltake's latest enclosure is the LANMOTO. It is designed with the LAN gamer in mind and offers all the same features as the Xaser series of enclosures but weighs much less. We are even convinced... Read the review.
Antec's latest enclosure is under the spotlight today. The latest model is called P160 and features an aluminum construct with a different design than what we have grown accustom to from the folks at... Read the review.
ThermalTake's newest computer case is on the test bench today in the form of the Xaser V. It sports an amazing amount of features and probably the most we've seen in a long time. Is the latest incarnation... Read the review.