Some enclosures are big, others are really big, but a small number of them are ludicrously big. Now imagine the following -- The Corsair Obsidian 900D falls under the really big category. You'd be asking yourself "What could possibly fall under the ludicrously big category?"
The answer is Antec's Nineteen Hundred. The super-tower case is a staggering two feet high, and has support for the biggest components, as well as a huge number of storage devices. It can house motherboards up to HPTX, E-ATX and of course standard ATX motherboards in size, as well as up to 17 storage devices. The enclosure features three optical drive bays, 12 3.5" bays (which can also hold 2.5" drives), and two 2.5" drive bays. The case also has nine expansion slots.
Beyond being able to hold a large number of hard drives and SSDs, the case can also house two power supplies. Put two 1500 W power supplies in there and you've got yourself three kilowatts of power with which to play around.
Made of 0.8 mm thick steel, we cannot expect the Nineteen Hundred to be light, though even if it were, filling it up would put it in the not carry-able classification anyway.
The company gave no word on what different versions of the chassis there would be, but we hope that there will be more colors available than just green. There was also no word on pricing or availability.