No more is a black or silver aluminum case good enough to get attention of your geeky friend or neighbor. These days, case manufactures have to move outside the square and do something different - some decided to go bigger, others decided to go smaller, while others choose to go for radical colors, and one of the more common happenings with cases these days are themes.
Today we are looking at a case that follows a theme that a lot of people have tried to replicate in case modding. We are looking at an Alien case but the company has decided to do a little more then just place a picture on the front depicting one of our green friends, instead they have gone all out with a very funky design.
Read on as we have a look at this case from A-Top Technology which is something slightly different from the norm. Let's begin and find out the differences.
*...Queue X-Files soundtrack now...*
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