AOpen isn't really known among enthusiasts for its cases, but the company is trying to change this a bit with the introduction of three new gaming cases at CeBIT. This includes two mid-towers and a case for mATX motherboards.
The mid-tower G6 is equipped with a side window and has a metal mesh front panel, a dark coating inside and out, nine 5.25" bays, side hooks for hanging mice nad headsets, a top-mounted I/O panel, 120mm front fan, 120mm rear fan and two 120mm top fans. Additionally, the case also has a removable 3.5" rack with a 120mm front fan, and pre-drilled holes for watercooling.
The G5 is a cheaper model with mesh front, support for up to four 120mm fans, three 5.25" drive bays, front I/O panel, and pre-drilled holes for watercooling.
Last but not least is the G3, a rather funky looking small form factor (SFF) case designed for micro ATX motherboards. The chassis has a see-through mesh side cover, support for up to two 80mm fans, front I/O panel, one 5.25" bay and three internal 3.5" drive bays, HDD vibration dampers, and support for graphics cards of up to 10.5" long.