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Old 22nd March 2011, 02:09   #1
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Default Cubitek's All-Aluminum Magic Cube Computer Chassis Series

Monday, March 21, 2011: Cubitek Co. Ltd., is living up to their slogan of being a Taiwan-based manufacturer of uniquely designed computer cases¯ with the release of their new Magic Cube series of PC chassis.

Today, the all-black, anodized aluminum, Magic Cube 8 HDD computer case was launched and is expected to draw lots of attention with its, scandalously new, 3-box design. With three separate enclosures, the Magic Cube 8 HDD PC case separates components into completely different heat zones, providing users with cooler and quieter operation experiences.

Cable openings on the back of each enclosure enable users to place each box in different locations, an unparalleled flexibility of design. For example, Cubitek's Magic Cube 8 HDD allows an on-desk placement of the ODD box and, at the same time, an underneath-desk placement of the motherboard and HDD boxes. Users can: remove side panels to give their case an open look, if desired; use the individual boxes as test-benches; or connect the boxes together for a more traditional look. The options exponentially expand with Cubitek's Magic Cube 8 HDD computer chassis.

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