Japanese case builder Abee shows off the Acubic D80, a new line of mid-tower ATX cases available in black and white. The D80 has two 5.25" drive bays, five 3.5" bays (one can be converted to 2x 2.5") , seven PCI slots, and room for graphics cards of up to 320mm long.
The case measures 204mm x 426mm x 415mm (W x D x H) and weighs 8kg. Cooling is provided by a 120mm front intake fan and a 120mm rear exhaust fan. The PSU is mounted in the case's top and a front I/O panel provides USB 3.0 and HD audio ports.
In Japan these cases sell for 20,980 yen, about the equivalent of US$255.
It is characterized by thick steel panels, which can be 1 mm-thick in some parts (such as detachable panels), and 0.8 mm-thick on others (such as the framework). The thicker steel makes it heavy, but also vibrates lesser, resulting in lower noise output by vibration. The outer walls of the panels are given a fine matte finish that doesn't invite prints.