SilentiumPC launches two cube-shaped PC cases

SilentiumPC launches two cube-shaped PC cases

The maker of computer cases and various peripherals SilentiumPC has presented the Alea S25W and Alea S35W computer cases. They come with an interesting cube-shaped design, low prices, cool looks and acrylic windows in the Alea S25W model. Instead of windows, the Alea S35W boasts dust filters and this is the only major difference between the two new PC cases.

The Alea S25W and S35W can house micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards and have enough internal space for four single-slot expansion cards that are up to 300 mm long, up to two 3.5-inch drives and up to three 2.5-inch ones. The CPU cooler inside must be up to 185 mm high. In addition to this these new SilentiumPC cases arrive with two pre-installed cooling fans. The first one has a diameter of 200 mm and is installed on the front panel, while the second one is 120 mm and can be found at the back. This one also has LED lights. Up front the cases have two USB 3.0 ports, two audio jacks, one USB 2.0 connector and a SD/SDXC/SDHC card reader. The Alea S25W measures 360 x 270 x 335 mm, while the Alea S35W measures 375 x 265 x 350 mm.

The two new cases are now available. In Europe they sell for about USD 50.

Source: SilentiumPC

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