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BitFenix has an upcoming case named Pillow

Posted on Monday, June 06 2016 @ 19:15:04 CEST by

One of the weirdly named products BitFenix had on display is the "Prodigy Pillow".

The design of the Pillow does resemble a bed pillow, the case is designed for a Mini-ITX motherboard and the entire content slides out of the cover, giving you easy access to all your hardware. BitFenix' Prodigy Pillow is made from aluminium and ships with or without a glass top window.

The case measures 180mm x 370mm x 396mm (W x H x D). Inside is room for a SFX PSU, a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 140mm, a video card with a length of up to 320mm, up to two 3.5" HDDs, two 2.5" SSDs, and a 120mm fan or a 120mm watercooling radiator. There's also up to 20mm cable management space.
BitFenix really didn’t think long and hard about the name for their latest chassis “pillow”, the irony being they should have slept on it before making the name final. Either way, silly name aside, the hardware of this chassis is no joke, a curvy body on a fantastic looking set of stands/rails that gives it a perch similar to that of a helicopter, with a slide-out mounting tray for the entire system. There’s really nothing else quite like it on the market today and it’s one of the coolest chassis we’ve seen this week.
Pricing and availability is unknown.

BitFenix Pillow

Via: eTeknix



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