Back to another bit of Computex coverage as I swung by the Azza booth to check out their range of really fantastic-looking PC cases. We’ve not worked with Azza for a long time now, but when their cases are looking this interesting, we just had to check them out.
What really strikes me is just how unique and angular they are, and it’s clear they’ve made a serious effort to break out from the common rectangles that litter the market. Even if it’s just cutting away one corner, or two, to give the case a more unique look.
The cases are all equipped with tool-free removable glass and metal panels, with plenty of ventilation and filtering, as one would expect from any premium case these days.
But when it comes to showing off your hardware, they’re top of their game, offering some interesting angles and orientations that aren’t exactly common in today’s market.
This one is wild, looking like some kind of Steam Punk greenhouse, and it has huge amounts of ventilation and room for all the latest hardware too.
It’s not going to be to everyone’s taste, and it’s not easy to place on many standard desks either, but it’s certainly eye-catching.
Then there’s the pyramid build, that uses a suspended fan in the upper section and gaps at the edge of the glass for airflow. Not great for dust filtering, but it’s a unique take on a display case or test bench.
It’s certainly unique though, even if the tip does look lethally sharp.
Then going completely bonkers, they have a cube case that’s angled on a stand. This thing is wild, and by far one of the more interesting cases I’ve ever seen.
We’ve chatted to AZZA, and look forward to getting some of these into the office in the near future to really deep-dive into what they have to offer.
I personally wanted to try this one, a taller tower design case, that is again a hybrid of open air and display case, with a multi-zone layout that is going to be great for showing off your hardware.
Plus, it’s a great way to fit a lot of hardware into a case that doesn’t take up a lot of floor space.
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