High performance PCs require good cooling, and sometimes that requires a case that's agreeable to airflow.
Antec has just revealed its latest case that's built for airflow, called the LanBoy Air. It looks like a regular PC tower in shape, but what sets it apart is that it doesn't have any solid walls. Instead, the case is composed of framed mesh panels that fans can be bolted up against.
According to PCMag, there are five 120mm fans – two on the front panel, two on the side, and one in the back – as well as room for up to 10 more fans.
The case is also modular, so you can change the positions of the drive bays or the power supply to where it'll work best for your rig. Antec says that this design can result in over 34,000 combinations.
The LanBoy Air costs $220 and is available in red, yellow, and blue trims.