Few things can outpicture the concept of technological evolution quite like the concepts of Android and Cyborg, but these two terms have gained a significantly wider meaning over the past years. Android, for instance, now refers, in addition to humanoid automatons, to that very successful OS developed by Google.
Seeing that the word Cyborg may be in need of a similar meaning overhaul, Aerocool Advanced Technologies, the Taiwan-based chassis developer, used it as the name for one of its gaming desktop cases, the CyborgX. Now, after some waiting, the company has decided to send this cyborg to Europe.
Like all self-respecting gaming and enthusiast cases, Aerocool's newest creation comes with all the obligatory color enhancements and design elements needed to confer upon it a higher than average appeal. As such, the mid-tower is built out of 0.6mm SECC Japanese steel and measures 460 (H) x 200 (W) x 540 (D) mm.
It boasts five 5.25-inch drive bays, support for VGA cards of up to 280mm in length, red mesh PCI covers for better ventilation, three internal 3.5-inch HDD bays and one external 3,5-inc bay, meant for floppy or card readers. Furthermore, he top I/O panel boasts two USB ports, Audio and Mic outputs (AC 97 + HD audio) and an eSATA connector.
To make sure that its product has the necessary aesthetic value, Aerocool applied a black coating on both the outside and inside of the CyborgX and equipped it with a couple of 120mm red LED fans, one on the front and the other at the rear. There are also two optional 120mm or 140mm fans on the side. Other useful features include a tool-less construction, which allows end-users to easily install PCI cards and drives, pre-drilled holes for cable management and watercooling and, last but not least, front and bottom PSU dust filters.
Already selling, the Aerocool CyborgX mid-tower case can be acquired for the quite convenient price of 62.60 Euro.
Aerocool's Mid-Tower Case CyborgX Reaches Europe
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