Huntkey announced Spider, a new gaming case that appears to be geared towards value-oriented gamers.
Inside the chassis you will find room for ATX motherboards, graphics cards up to 300 mm long, four 3.5-inch drive bays, two 2.5-inch drive bays, and three optical drive bays. It also looks like the case has a floppy drive. The case measures 400 x 180 x 412 mm, and is made of ABS plastic and steel. Front I/O consists of a USB 2.0 port, a USB 3.0 port, and the usual pair of HD audio jacks.
On top of the case sits a very clearly labeled carrying handle.
For cooling, the case can house one front 120 mm fan, one 92 mm rear exhaust fan, and two side-mounted 120 mm fans. Oddly enough, the specifications page makes no mention of a top-mounted fan. No fans are included.
There is no exact word on pricing, though given the feature set, it is clear that this is a value-oriented case, so make sure you don't overpay for it.
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Is the handle really the selling point here? With so much plastic the construction can't be that good, so you can move it like once or twice before it falls apart?