Akasa will be expanding its range of passive cases at Computex 2013.
Following the release of its successful Euler chassis, Akasa will be expanding its range of passively cooled enclosures with the release of the Galileo and Newton cases later this year. Though details are still scarce at the time of writing, it is known that the Galileo chassis will have a height of only 37 mm and be designed for thin mini-ITX motherboards. Additionally, the case will be constructed of aluminum, be natively VESA mountable, and be completely enclosed to prevent the buildup of dust.
The Newton is designed for Intel's Next Unit of Computing (NUC) family of devices and offers a "rugged construction" and native support for VESA mounts.
Akasa is expected to make a full revealing of the aforementioned two cases and will provide more information during this year's Computex, which will be held in Taipei from June 4 to June 8.