Cubitek, a new and unique PC case brand, now available in Australia through Mwave
All-Aluminium computer cases by Cubitek
23 February 2011, Taipei, Taiwan ? Cubitek Co. Ltd., a new brand from Taiwan of uniquely designed computer cases, is pleased to announce that their new all-aluminium computer chassis are now available through their partner, Mwave Australia, in Australia. Cubitek's Tank and Magic Cube lines are currently available.
Cubitek is doing really exciting things with their computer chassis designs and their market value position. Their unique designs like the Tank and Magic Cube series have convinced us to introduce Cubitek's cases to PC enthusiasts in Australia. We are excited to be partner with them? - Victor Lee, Managing Director of Mwave Australia
All-Aluminium Cases from Cubitek
The tank series has 3 sizes inspired by the looks of a powerful attack tank in order to provide gamers with a chassis to take up any battle. Made from high quality aluminium with a black anodized hairline-brushed finish, each case comes with its unique set of features. With Cubitek's reasonable prices you no longer have to be rich to buy an all-aluminium case.
The Mini-Tank, retail for AUD$149.00, is the world's first Mini-ITX computer chassis designed purely for gaming. The chassis comes with three cooling fans, four 3.5? HDD mounts, two 2.5? HDD mounts, two 5.25? ODD mounts, and two PCI slots with up to 340mm of space, plus USB 3.0. The ?mini? dimensions and high-end VGA card capabilities of Cubitek's Mini-Tank give users a small case with a big heart. More details can be found by visiting the Mini-Tank's Product Page.
The XL-Tank, retail for AUD$329.00, is an all-aluminium super mid-tower chassis with four cooling fans, six 3.5? HDD mounts, two 2.5? HDD mounts, four 5.25? ODD mounts, eight PCI slots with up to 310mm of room, space for XL-ATX, CEB, ATX, Micro-ATX, or Mini-ITX motherboards, plus USB 3.0. Painstakingly designed, the XL-Tank is built to give gamers and enthusiasts the silence, functionality, and sexiness of a high-end case, at a reasonable price . More details can be found by visiting the XL-Tank's Product Page and directly at Mwave.
The HPTX-Tank, retail for AUD$399.00, is a full-tower case, designed to support HPTX motherboards and is one of the few chassis supporting the EVGA Classified SR-2 motherboard. However, it can also mount E-ATX, CEB, ATX, Micro-ATX, or Mini-ITX boards. It comes with four cooling fans, ten PCI slots with up to 340mm of room, nine 3.5? HDD mounts, two 2.5? HDD mounts, five 5.25? ODD mounts, plus USB 3.0. More details can be found by visiting the HPTX-Tank's Product Page.
Magic Cube Series
The Magic Cube series is an unique approach from Cubitek on the heat problem of modern computing. Instead of trying to create enough airflow to prevent overheating, Cubitek separated the main components into three different boxes. One main body for the motherboard and graphics, one for HDD storage and one for optical drives, all connected through special openings on the chassis bottom to interconnect the boxes for power and data transfer.
The Magic Cube 8 HDD, retail for AUD$299.00, supports two 5.25? drives and has eight 3.5? HDD mounts. Five cooling fans are dispersed among the three enclosures and provide ample airflow. ATX or E-ATX motherboards mount with up to eight VGA cards that can be as long as 340mm. Additionally, there are two USB 3.0 ports and one e-SATA port. This magical 3-box computer chassis has an unparalleled flexibility of design with multiple configurations available to users. More details can be found by visiting the Magic Cube 8 HDD's Product Page.
Cubitek Co. Ltd.
We ARE enthusiasts designing FOR enthusiasts. Founded in 2002, in Taiwan, we initially focused on an OEM/ODM business model. In the Spring of 2010 we reorganized to be able to become a branded manufacturer and now develop our own interesting and unique PC chassis. Our philosophy: ?Build something we would want to buy at a price we would want to pay.? For more information visit our website http://www.cubitek.com
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