CRYORIG Taku case doubles as a monitor stand

Posted on Tuesday, May 24 2016 @ 13:44 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Another new case concept from CRYORIG is the Taku. This model takes us back to the 90s when a lot of computers had horizontal cases and were used as monitor stands. CRYORIG's Taku fits a Mini ITX motherboard and features a handy slide-out door that offers easy access to the hardware.

The case measures 567mm x 134.8mm x 270mm (L x W x H) and weighs 8kg. It has one 3.5" HDD bay, up to two 2.5" drive bays and support for a VGA card with a length of up to 240mm.

Taku is still a work in progress, a prototype will be shown at Computex but retail availability isn't expected until late 2016 or Q1 2017.
The CRYORIG TAKU is a combination of an ITX case and PC monitor stand. The TAKU is constructed with a 3 mm thick full aluminum chassis for optimum structural support while still maintaining a light weight. The TAKU’s internal system tray uses a sliding drawer design for easy access to the mainboard, GPU and HDD compartments. The TAKU also features thoughtful cable management ducts on both sides for USB power cords connecting to your mobile phone. The OLA is designed to keep the desk clean and your PC even sleeker. Support for 250 mm long GPU’s, drive bays for a 3.5” and 2.5” device or two 2.5” devices, suitable for most ITX system needs. In addition to the full aluminum frame, the TAKU also mixes in solid wood legs at the base for contrasting materials. Like the OLA the TAKU is also still a work in progress with targeted release dates in late 2016 or Q1 2017. Functioning demos of the TAKU will be at display during Computex.


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