Following on from the unveiling of their cylindrical PC case during this month’s Computex 2016 technology show, Cryorig has also taken the opportunity to showcase their Taku Flat Desktop PC chassis which provides a more streamlined solution when building a desktop PC system.
The Cryorig Taku ultra-slim desktop Is capable of housing a mini-ITX motherboard and processor together with a graphics card measuring no longer than 25cm together with storage and a SFX power supply.
As you can see below the PC case has been specifically designed to allow air to circulate between the components and measures 567 × 134.8 × 207 mm in size and weighs 8 kg.
Unfortunately only early prototypes were showcased at Computex 2016 although the company is hoping to start selling both the spherical and slimline desktop cases sometime during 2017. As soon as more information becomes available from Cryorig we will keep you up-to-date as always.
Source: AnandTechFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Design News, Top News