Corsair Unloads Three High End PC Cases at Computex 2014

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Jo Balz

I just wanted to clarify something in this article. The Corsair Carbide Series Air 240 will accommodate either a micro-ATX or a mini-ITX motherboard which makes the new case very flexible. I'm in the process of ordering parts for a new build and was about to order a case but am now going to hold off until the release of this one (am using an Asus micro-ATX Z97 motherboard). Amazon has it pre-listed for $89.99 in either black or white. Corsair has a video that shows the Air 240 side-by-side with the Air 540 case and it's a lot smaller!

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John Pombrio

I have gotten really spoiled with the large corsair cases. There is tons of room inside so long graphics cards slide right in, there is loads of space for cabling under the mobo, and large radiators fit nicely. I cannot go back to squashing stuff into little midtowers any more, too frustrating. The latched side doors are sweet and the new case has one vs my two, even better. Bigger side window. I guess I need a new build soon so I can use one of the new cases!

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The Mac

Ive had a 650t for a few years now. I love the thing.

Its the first case I've never given up on a new build.

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The Mac

the 380T looks interesting.

Looks like a portable generator....

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Jo Balz

I liked the "Start/Stop" button...looks like the ignition button on cars!

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deuel18

At first I actually thought it's a portable bulky modern radio...

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gogochicken

They do look solid.