At Computex 2015 this week an awesome conceptual Asus transforming PC case has been unveiled that has been created thanks to a partnership between Asus and In Win.
It has been rumoured that Asus is actually going to produce a consumer version of the concept that will hopefully be launching sooner rather than later. But to see exactly how the case functions and opens up watch the video below.
The concept H-Tower outer panels push outwards to reveal the motherboard and internal components making them even easier to access in a very futuristic way.
As you might have already guessed no details on pricing or availability have been announced as yet but as soon as any more information becomes available regards the specification of the Asus ROG H-Tower we will keep you updated as always
H-Tower Specifications :
Material: Aluminum, SECC
Internal Drive Bay: 3.5” x 1, Maximum Supports 2.5” Drive Bay x 4
M/B Form Factor: E-ATX (12” x 13”), ATX, Micro-ATX
Power Supply: ATX12V, PSII and EPS. Power Supply Mounting Area Length up to 230mm
I/O Port: USB3.1 Type C Connector x 1, USB: 3.0 Type A Connector x 3, HD Audio
I/O Expansion Slot: PCI-E Slot x 8, Supports High-end Graphic Card (Length up to 340mm, Height up to 200mm)
Thermal Solution: Supports 120mm Top Fan x 3, 360mm Radiator (Height up to 35mm), Supports at Least 209~214mm Height CPU Heatsink Based on Different Mounting Position
Dimension (HxWxD): Close: 617 x 322 x 502mm, Open: 620 x 680 x 785mm
Net Weight: 23.03 kg