The new manufacturer, Raijintek, which up until now has pretty much only built CPU coolers, has announced its first PC chassis. The chassis is known as the AGOS, and it's an ATX enclosure.
The enclosure will accommodate both Micro-ATX and ATX size motherboards; it'll also house three optical drives along with six 2.5"/3.5" drives. The case has seven expansion slots, and graphics cards can measure up to 410 mm long, though a hard drive cage will have to be removed in order to have enough room.
The case comes with one 120 mm fan out of the box, mounted as an exhaust. Front I/O consists of a single USB 3.0 port, a single USB 2.0 port, along with the standard set of HD audio jacks and power and reset switches.
The unit will come to shelves in two colors: black and white. Pricing for the unit is set at €50 ex. VAT, which translates to a US price just shy of $70. No word on availability.
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Agreed - it looks nice enough, but it also looks like just about every other mesh-front ATX tower on the market. They're going to need something special at that price point in order to stand out at all, and I'm just not seeing it in this one picture.