TC Mag reports OCZ will soon make an entry in the computer case market. The firm is showing off a prototype of a full tower case at CES:
Pictured below, the case, which is still a "work in progress," looks more like a hybrid between Cooler Master and Thermaltake Xaser towers but and that's not really a bad thing. Made out of steel, the chassis is painted black, has seven external 5.25-inch bays, a top-placed I/O panel with audio, USB, FireWire and eSATA ports. It seems that the case will have/support 120mm fans in front, at the back and at the top and cost in excess of 100 Euro.