Back at CES, Antec revealed that something big was coming, but we weren't allowed to talk about it. Today, mere days before the big trade show Computex, the company announced the S10, its new flagship enclosure. The S10 case is part of the new Signature-series of cases.
Unfortunately, this is just an announcement teasing at the release of the new case, and nothing more. Antec isn't giving us much information about the S10 case beyond the rather unrevealing teaser video below. All we can share at this time is that the case will have a "new design and interior structure," and that it will "definitely turn some heads."
The S10 will cost $499.99 and will be available exclusively in the U.S. through Newegg on the first day of Computex, on June 2. A month later, on July 1, it will be available worldwide.
And that's it! We're going to have to sit tight for a week to see what all the fuss is about. For now, we'll have to go by Antec's motto: "Believe it."
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Also probably a seperate like 500-700W PSU just for the AC, if not even higher.
Also the fact they generate a butt ton of heat you have to vent outside the room.
No thanks. After their 902 I will never go back.
There are still plenty of $100 cases and $300 GPUs for the rest of us.
Is that a PS3?
True enough. I'll never buy one but it would be neat to see it. Anyway my Solo II has been great, very good build quality, quiet, and not horribly expensive. It was the smallest good-quality full ATX case I could find that would still house a fairly long graphics card.