Antec is working on the LanBoy Air, a new case with a LEGO-like design that will enable the user to reconfigure the case's interior as he/she sees fit. The LanBoy Air is mainly constructed from mesh panels that connect in jigsaw fashion, and it's the first case to feature Antec's AirMount, a vibration and noise-dampening HDD suspension system that suspends your disks in the air using flexible cords.
Taking a lego-like approach to enclosures, the LanBoy Air will feature modular drive bay, PSU and motherboard mounts - allowing the user to reconfigure the chassis interior as he/she sees fit.
The majority of the chassis is constructed from mesh panels connected in jigsaw fashion, and it also introduces a new Antec innovation in AirMount. Described as the "world’s first patented vibration and noise-dampening HDD suspension system," AirMount will allow users to suspend hard drives in the air using flexible cords. In addition to lowering vibration noise, AirMount should help prevent damage to working hard disks when moving the chassis - a useful feature to have for LAN-goers, perhaps.