SilverStone shows off Sugo SG14 prototype case
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Three-sided window and vertical orientation.
At CES, Tony Ou from SilverStone showed off an interesting-looking early-prototype case whose standout feature was three windows in a vertically-aligned case. Hoping to come in at below $100 when launching later on this year, the steel-framed Mini-ITX chassis is equipped with a bottom-mounted 140mm fan and can house a single 3.5 in and two 2.5in.
It accepts 10.5-long graphics cards and a 140mm-deep ATX PSU, too. There's room for the now-obligatory light-strip, as well.
Elsewhere, last year's PM-01 has been upgraded to the PM01-FX feature RGB lighting - with the lighting coming from fan covers and strips along the top and bottom. A second model, PM01-FX, features art on a side panel on top of RGB. In addition, there's now a TFX 300W PSU and SFX 500W and 650W PSU.