Sharkoon reveals the CA-I Mini-ITX and CA-M Micro-ATX cases. They're available in black and silver.
The CA-I Mini-ITX PC Case is an elegant aluminum mini-tower in a compact design. Thanks to its elaborate compartmental layout the mini-ITX case offers a surprising amount of space for the installation of components and, in addition, uses conventional ATX power supplies (maximum length of up to 18 cm). The dimensions are 213 x 225 x 259 mm (L x W x H). The minimalist case consists of a lightweight aluminum body (weight: 1.5 kg), in which an expansion or dual-slot graphics card can be installed. Maximum length of the graphics card can be 20.7 cm; the CPU cooler can be up to 10.5 cm tall. A 120 mm fan is pre-installed on the top. An optional 60 mm fan can be mounted on the back. The front offers two USB 2.0 as well as two audio ports for quick access in connecting peripheral devices. On the top are also two USB 3.0 ports (internal 19-pin mainboard connector). The CA-I offers room internally for a 3.5" hard drive and a 2.5" HDD/SDD or two 2.5" HDDs/SDDs, which can be installed in the bottom of the mini-tower. The CA-I is now available in either the colors black and silver for the suggested retail price of 41.99 euros from authorized retailers.
The slightly larger CA-M Micro-ATX PC Case is compatible with micro-ATX as well as mini-ITX, and offers nearly identical features but also the possibility to install up to four expansion cards. The dimensions are 270 x 225 x 285 mm (L x W x H), weight is 1.8 kg. Maximum length of the graphics card can be 25 cm; the power supply can be up to 23 cm long. It also offers room internally for two 3.5" hard drives or three 2.5" HDDs/SSDs, which can be installed in the bottom of the mini-tower. The CA-M Micro-ATX PC case is now available in either the colors black or silver for the suggested retail price of 44.49 euros from authorized retailers.