Aerocool Rs-4 Mid-Tower Case to Start Shipping This Week

By on January 11th, 2011 16:11 GMT

CES 2011 may be over now, but companies are hardly ready to turn silent and inactive, as evidenced by Aerocool, whose Rs-4 mid-tower case has just been announced and added to its maker's website.

The new Rs-4 case that Aerocool created is a mid-tower chassis that does its best to capture gamers' attention without being overly intricate.

As such, the 0.6mm SECC steel structure is made sleek by a black/red color scheme and comes with all the features one would expect a case of this type to have.

On the front, there are the obligatory 5.25-inch drive bays, four exposed ones in this case, while the inside houses a pair of HDD cages, one of which can be removed should consumers so wish.

For user friendliness, optical disk drives (ODDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs) can be inserted or removed without the need for any tools.

Additionally, an I/O panel exists at the top of the product, featuring a pair of USB 2.0 ports and eSATA, plus audio and mic jacks.

To this is added a card reader that support most, if not all, card formats on the market, as well as a built-in handle and seven expansion slots.

What's more, a fan controller is present as a bonus, besides the two 140mm LED-lit fans, placed on the front and the top, respectively.

Said spinners have a maximum rotary speed of 1,500 RPM (rotations per minute) and a sound output of under 30 dBA.

Finally, for even better handling of heat, there is a pair of pre-drilled holes at the back, for watercooling tubes.

All these elements are crammed inside a package measuring 475 (H) x 200 (W) x 475 (D) mm.

Those interested in acquiring this Aerocool Rs-4 computer PC case will only have to wait for a few more days, if shipments haven't started already. The price tag is of 79.90 Euro.

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