Abee Japan has just announced a new slim form factor PC casing that will no doubt turn heads (assuming you get to bring it out of the house or you get people back to your home to check it out) with its sexy looks and sleek build. Called the ACUBI A40, this computer housing resembles a PlayStation 2 that’s standing on its side.
It stands 623mm tall, and supports Mini ITX motherboards and SFX PSUs only. Inside there’s space for two 3.5″ HDDs, two 2.5″ ones and it comes with two USB 2.0 ports in the front for easy access. The ACUBI A40 will be available in Japan in the near future and will retail for about $435 (34,000 Yen). Perfect for folks who are looking to build a computer that can fit into tight places.
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