The most memorable case of the past year? That honor definitely goes to
the Level 10 chassis from Thermaltake
. But considering the super high
price point, it's not exactly a case that most average consumers can
touch. It's also huge, so that's yet another reason to take it in from
afar. But we have to admit: the latest enclosure from NZXT
high up on the "weird, but in a good way" list. If you've been looking
for a new case to fit in your outdoor bungalow or mountain cabin, this
might just be the one.
The new Tempest EVO Camo is probably the most otherworldly case that we
can recall seeing in awhile. It's half-camo, half-retro. We never
really thought a camo case could be created with style or class, but
somehow this company has managed to pull it off. It's obviously a
special edition case that will only be produced in limited quantities,
but you know, there's probably not a huge, vast market for something as
off-the-wall as this.
It's built from plastic and steel, and its an ATX Mid-Tower case that
ships without a power supply. It can handle E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and
Baby AT motherboards, and it is equipped with three external 5.25"
drive bays, 8 internal 3.5" drive bays, 7 expansion slots, a number of
fans and a weight of just under 25lbs. It comes with a 1-year warranty
(though we wouldn't count on it being valid if you really take it to
the battlefield) and can be purchased today from Newegg at $149.99
(plus a whopping $18.99 in shipping).