Azza presented perhaps the most special case novelties at Computex

The irregular hexahedron case Mesa 811 in particular was apt to confuse the fair visitor passing by.

Last week’s Computex trade fair was diverse as always. On the case side, Azza was responsible for the most special products this year. Even though it is a relatively unknown name on the local market, the company has been in the industry since 1996 and has been manufacturing, among other things, cases under its own name since 2009.

Azza’s most special product is the irregular hexahedron case Mesa 811. There is a glass panel on each side and roof of the E-ATX size case, but on each side there are also metal holes with wide cuts to ensure smooth air circulation. There are a total of four 120 mm fan slots in the case, three of which are placed in the front and one in the back.

The Sanctum 810 is a bit more normal, but still a good-looking case. At the bottom of the Sanctum is a layer of brushed metal for the power supply and drives. The sides of the ground floor are equipped with extensive perforations, and the front fans visible on the upper floor of the case are installed at a funny 45° angle to suck air from the front hole. The cubic upper floor has glass on the front, left and roof, while the right side and back wall are metal mesh. The back wall network implementation is broken by the PCIe expansion card slots and the motherboard I/O shield slot. The motherboard is installed on the bottom of the upper layer. The cut upper left corner, which is covered with glass like the surrounding sides and roof, creates its own tone.

Source: Eteknix

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