Computex Taipei 2006 - Part 1


Foxconn...cont'd

Foxconn...cont'd

Foxconn's flagship gaming casing, the TP371. Apparently designed after a 'big-eyed monster', the bright red case features a rotatable door, built-in lighting for the modders and a tool-less design. It has four 5.25-inch and two 3.5-inch external drive bays and four 3.5-inch internal bays. It also comes with front I/O panel and optional card reader.

Foxconn's funky fruit inspired designs are part of their TW series of micro ATX casings. Built for the chic and trendy, these cases nonetheless feature decent cooling, ventilation and come with front I/O ports and optional card reader.

Obviously inspired by the current World Cup fever, the TW084 casing share the same specifications as the fruity designs above.

More variations of the TW series. The TW093 has familiar football decals on the front, but this case sports a cleaner front with hidden 3.5-inch drive bays.

The elegant TLM series is also micro ATX based, but they are able to pack in four internal drive bays and another four external drive bays. Comes with front I/O panel as well as the optional card reader too.

The TLM041 have the same specifications as above, but has a faceplate changing feature that is taken from mobile phones.