Wednesday, May 27th 2015

Introducing the The NanoXia Project

Since the introduction of our first PC-case, the Deep Silence 1 in the autumn of 2012, our products have been honored with more than 150 awards by trade magazines and reviewers from all over the world. Thanks to their modular design our PC cases are perfectly suited for water cooling systems. Consequentially we began to offer a selected, continuously growing range of high quality accessories for dedicated water cooling enthusiast under the label CoolForce.

Makes you wonder what we will have in store for the Computex 2015, doesn't it? You are hereby cordially invited to join us in the Nangang Exhibition Hall at Booth J1105 from June 2 to June 6. We promise you an impressive range of new products - and not only that...To perfect the introduction of our new Nanoxia CoolForce case series and the presentation of our further optimized Deep Silence models, we brought to life "The NanoXia Project."
With this unique project - realized with the support of international PC experts - we hope to demonstrate, how a supreme water cooling system can be created and upgraded using our products and what our motto "Nanoxia - Turn on German Engineering" really stands for. The desk was designed and built in Germany. We would like to offer our thanks to all our sponsors and the six-men-team, which managed to finalize the Nanoxia desk in just two days. If you would like to experience "The NanoXia project" yourself, don't miss the opportunity to visit us at our booth at the Computex 2015 in Taipei.
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8 Comments on Introducing the The NanoXia Project

#1
Xzibit
:laugh:

Reminded me of an Air Hockey Table during Neon Night
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#2
Nordic
Does it come in the standing variety?
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#3
Uplink10
Any desk that doesn't offer height adjustment is a failure.
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#4
SNM
Available in India...??? If Yes where.....I would love to have one like this...I remember one case like this been reviewed by TPU...I want to have one from that time...never get a place to buy the same.
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#5
lZKoce
Uplink10, post: 3288218, member: 154252"
Any desk that doesn't offer height adjustment is a failure.
Pretty much I agree. I saw these types of desks widely used in Denmark and I cannot unsee now. It's just so good to have a choice to be standing up or sitting when working on a PC.
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#6
Octavean
lZKoce, post: 3288250, member: 102554"
Pretty much I agree. I saw these types of desks widely used in Denmark and I cannot unsee now. It's just so good to have a choice to be standing up or sitting when working on a PC.
No argument there but auto hight adjust will add to the cost considerably and I suspect this one doesn't come cheap as it is.
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#7
Haytch
The one I built back in the 1990's was simular, with the same simular problem. It looks great, but when you try to use it, you break a knee-cap or two.
For me, this concept became a show piece right after I built one for myself.
The sheer thickness of this makes this concept of a desk impractical for someone like me.
At-least my one had an electronic smoke glass feature, so while I was sitting at the desk I didn't have to put up with looking into the case all the time which became annoying quickly.
I like the draw concept because you don't have to take the monitor, keyboard and mouse off the desk to get at the pc, but I still prefer to remove the desk contents and lift up the hydraulic glass lid like a car bonnet but at a 90c angle.
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#8
Caring1
SNM, post: 3288245, member: 154026"
Available in India...???
With an optional mattress top for at least three people :D
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