The latest addition to Xigmatek's Stealth series gaming cases is the Talon, a front-tilting mid-tower chassis influenced by automotive design.
The Xigmatek Talon is constructed of ABS plastic material and features an acrylic smoke-black side window, as well as a removable acrylic top panel which gives room for a 140mm or 240mm radiator. However, what makes the Xigmatek Talon's construction truly unique is its 2.5-degree front tilt, which is provided by its raised rear. Xigmatek claims that by raising the rear of the case at the bottom, it will significantly increase airflow from under the chassis. Even if the tilt doesn't provide a notable drop in temperatures, the case still looks impressive.
Once the tool-free side-panels are removed, the interior of the Talon shares a similar lay-out to most mid-tower cases. The case features multiple tray cut-outs, placement for a bottom-mounted PSU and plenty of 2.5-inch, 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch drive bays. Additionally, the case can support graphics cards up to approximately 13-inches in length. As for cooling, the Talon comes equipped with orange-bladed white-LED front 200mm and rear 140mm fans. The case also provides optional fan support for both the top and bottom.
The Talon features plenty of media I/O on the front of the case, with 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0 and audio jacks behind a hidden hatch.
Pricing on the Xigmatek Talon is not yet known.