Over the past five or so years, the standards of design and engineering for computer cases certainly reached new highs. With increasing competition and market for pretty-much every segment of buyer, the general design of a computer case in 2001 transitioned from a 'box', to the snazzy techno and eventually, the more artistic brushed metal cases, some with lavish use of aluminum and even copper. Cooler Master has been in the business of computer cases for a while now. Over the years, the company emerged as one of those important companies to look out for, when in the market for a good, sturdy chassis. News is, that Cooler Master is preparing a premium desktop case called ATC 840 "Raytheon", which follows the launch of the HAF (high air-flow) design chassis.
Pictures show the case to have brushed metal overalls, with planned air-channels where air is guided by 120mm fans and drawn in by a powerful yet silent 230mm fan. There is also mention of air-filtering. As expected with cases of its range, the case is compartmentalized, and comes with a system-board tray that completely slides out from the rear of the case. This case should be out by the end of this month, prices are not known at this point.