The Taiwanese company said the compact case is ideal for gamers that want the power of an EATX motherboard in a form factor “that is easy to carry to LAN parties.” The company said the case is also ideal for do-it-yourself enthusiasts who want to build a high-performance PC but have limited computing space.
The Magic Cube has placement options for multiple 3.5” HDDs and 2.5” SSDs.
One 3.5” HDD and a 2.5” SSD can be placed on top of the optical drive cage, while another 3.5 HHD can fit below the same optical drive cage. Three more 3.5” HDDs and one more 2.5” SSD can be installed behind the motherboard tray.
The chassis has room for VGA cards up to 14.17” in length. The chassis also has space for eight PCI slots.
Cooling is provided by two front fans, a rear fan and a top fan. The case has two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and gold-plated audio input/outputs with anti-jamming capabilities.
The product will be on sale in various countries starting this May at the suggested retail price of US$279.90.