Computex 2008: Spire
Spire is showing off a few new cases at the show. The first we have seen in form of a prototype, which was not on public display at CeBIT. It has now been announced. The "Emerald" as it is called, features a metal look and a small "roll" at the top of the case, which holds the front I/O on one side and power/reset on the other side. The second case is aimed at gamers with a "S" theme on an aluminum shield up front. The bottom light up once turned on. Their new hard drive enclosures called "HandyBook" are also ready for retail. Installing a hard drive is incredibly easy, simply open the door, put the drive in place and close it. The units is available for 2.5 and 3.5 inch SATA drives. You will also find two new GPU coolers. Both of which may look similar to some others on the market. The smaller one is intended for mainstream and low-end graphic cards, while the larger Coolforce III to the left can be used for higher end GPUs of the Geforce 6800, 7800, 7900 & 8800 series.
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Oh, not ATI support on that cooler huh? Not much liking the cases, though the S one looks alright. I really do like their enclosures, cannot possibly get any easier than that!
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