Designer Steve Shen has created a new minimalist PC case and monitor stand which takes the form of the Taku. Which is capable of housing a full ITX-PC system which has been designed by CRYORIG, built by Lian Li.
The new PC case is now available to her back via Kickstarter with pledges available from $299 for earlybird backers, with shipping expected to take place during September 2017.
Watch the video below to learn more about its minimalist, sleek design which is reminiscent of Apple products and provides a small form factor PC that can be positioned on top of your desktop rather than underneath.
The creative team behind Taku explain more about its design, features and functionality:
Taku is the combination of a stylish PC monitor stand and a high-end PC case. It’s capable of housing a full high-end ITX PC, while keeping your desk organized and clean. The core of the Taku’s is an internal system tray that can be easily be taken out of the whole chassis. This allows for easy installation and access of all the components.
The Taku’s system tray layout is divided into compartments to maximize space and upgradability. The Taku can house a full 280mm high-end GPU card as well as two 2.5” SSDs and one 3.5” hard drive. This makes the Taku fully capable of housing a high-end gaming system. The Taku has even taken care of cable management with specialized covers to tuck away your cables for aesthetics and improved internal airflow.
The Taku fits directly underneath the display monitor. Specialized internal beams in the chassis provides added structural support, enough to hold up monitors up to 15 kg. The room underneath the Taku is enough to fit a full-sized 104 Key mechanical keyboard.
For more information on the new Taku jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and full list of available pledges by following the link below.
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