Computex 2016 - Day 3

June 4, 2016 | 14:01

Tags: #8pack #computex-2016

Companies: #asus #be-quiet #computex #cooler-master #crucial #nanoxia #silverstone

Computex 2016 - Nanoxia

Nanoxia's booth certainly wasn't the biggest, but it still had a couple of interesting new projects to show us. The first was a new chassis that for now is simply called the Project S ATX Drawer case. As the name suggests, it functions exactly like a drawer, with the front pulling out and bringing the horizontal motherboard tray and indeed your entire system with it for easy access. This means it could easily double up as a monitor stand, with Nanoxia saying the tempered glass on top is easily strong enough to support this. Inside, everything uses screws, giving users maximum flexibility with regards to layout. The design also supposedly allows for adequate cable management thanks to 30mm behind the motherboard tray, and there's plenty of room for big air coolers or liquid cooling as well. If you prefer a vertical arrangement, this too is supported, and there is RGB lighting at the front as well. With the size, premium materials and unique design, this is a high-end chassis – the MSRP is expected to be €239.

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Afterwards, Nanoxia quickly showed us a very early prototype of its upcoming vibration free fan. Nanoxia wasn't too specific about how this is achieved, but we do know that it has an exclusive license for the relevant technology based on a specific patent. The final colours of the fan will be Nanoxia's standard black and translucent green, and it will be targeting the Noiseblocker NB-eLoop fans in terms of pricing.

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