Tuesday, February 23rd 2016

AeroCool Presents Dream Box DIY Kit - Unleash Your Imagination

Aerocool Advanced Technologies, one of world's leading manufacturers of excellent gaming PC gear, announces the revolutionary DIY kit called "Dream Box" for creative minds, which is available as of today. The product name was committed by users during the last year's "Free Your Imagination" contest. This unique DIY kit comes in a box with total of 118 parts, allowing users to build one of the three PC related chassis models straight out of the box.

Aerocool's new Dream Box allows users to not only create extraordinary PC chassis and bench-tables suiting every user's unique requirements, but goes beyond that. The possibilities are endless and only limited by one's imagination. The starter kit includes various components, including aluminum pipes, various connectors with different angles, mounting C-rings for other connections as well as PC related parts such as mainboard-tray, PSU tray and one I/O panel. The Dream Box can be also used for assembling tables, lamps, cup holders or even all kind of toys and useful gadgets. For bigger builds and projects, several Dream Box kits can be combined to achieve the desired goal.
Aerocool supplies a manual to explain the main assembly and explains a basic installation in a video tutorial on the Dream Box website. Interested users can access the online parts catalog, to find out more about each of the parts. Due to the fact, that the largest part of the framework is done using the aluminum pipes, a real sturdy and solid base is achieved. In order to assure high stability, all connected joints are fixed by screws in addition. The framework can endure more stress thanks to this connection and may still be extended or downsized afterwards. The material choice and sturdiness makes the Dream Box a great framework for users with bright ideas seeking a versatile DIY solution.

Users are invited to post their builds on the Aerocool's Facebook page, which then can be shared with others as a blue-print. The Dream Box DIY kit is available as of today worldwide with a MSRP set at 134,90 EUR for Europa and USD$149,90 for North America (excluding VAT/Tax).
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13 Comments on AeroCool Presents Dream Box DIY Kit - Unleash Your Imagination

#1
Silas Woodruff
So pay this much for a case that when fully asembled is just a frame, eh... doesen't seem that apealing.
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#2
FourtyTwo
Silas Woodruff said:
So pay this much for a case that when fully asembled is just a frame, eh... doesen't seem that apealing.
Have you never experienced the thrill of creating/building something yourself?
The Dream Box Kit looks great fun to me.
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#3
D1RTYD1Z619
FourtyTwo said:
Have you never experienced the thrill of creating/building something yourself?
The Dream Box Kit looks great fun to me.
Someone sounds like they work for the company
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#4
RazrLeaf
Silas Woodruff said:
So pay this much for a case that when fully asembled is just a frame, eh... doesen't seem that apealing.
It can cost as much (if not more) to make interchangeable case parts that can be assembled multiple ways, be durable enough to support multiple iterations, and sturdy enough to support full gaming rigs safely. The tolerances would have to be very tight.

It's like legos! This could be a lot of fun, especially if you can mount custom cut side panels (like glass or aluminum) to the frame.
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#5
Steven B
RazrLeaf said:
It can cost as much (if not more) to make interchangeable case parts that can be assembled multiple ways, be durable enough to support multiple iterations, and sturdy enough to support full gaming rigs safely. The tolerances would have to be very tight.

It's like legos! This could be a lot of fun, especially if you can mount custom cut side panels (like glass or aluminum) to the frame.
To be honest, if they had included a few standard plexiglass sides it would greatly increase the appeal of the product. On the other-hand, if you want an open air case/bench then this isn't a bad idea.
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#6
buildzoid
Yes please now I can build my own test benches to fit even the most ridiculous radiator arrangements.
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#7
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Too expensive IMO, but I like the concept.
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#8
lZKoce
Aerocool with some moves right there. I like the fact you can build your headphone stand. Perhaps release a separate set just for that ? They might start a trend actually.
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#9
esrever
Not that expensive compared to legos tbh.
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#10
pat-roner
"What's your next creation" - well definitely not a coathanger.
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#11
Alexander Kaiser
They did all the engineering, modular design, and provide the ready-to-assemble materials. Reminds me of big boy K'nex. It's worth it, at least at first until they recoup initial costs. If it's a hit, they'll come down. If not, they'll fade away like so many other cases.
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#12
JNCW886
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#13
ypsylon
That's destined to be one expensive, wobbly, squeaky, piece of DIY kit. ;P
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