The Computex Taipei convention in Taiwan kicks off today, hence the barrage of product announcements, all of which underscore the fact that the PC market is alive and thriving. Just ask NZXT, who today unveiled its new H230 computer case for users looking to build a quiet system. It's also for penny pinchers who don't want to spend more than $100 on an enclosure, as it's "aggressively priced" at $70.
"Continuing the legacy of the H series, the H230 brings similar sound crushing abilities as its predecessors into a smaller, more accessible package for all," NZXT says. "With an enclosed minimalistic design, the H230 is every bit as functional as it is sleek."
Noise absorbing padding lines the inside of the H230. It also features tool-free 5.25-inch drive bays, seven motherboard expansion slots, USB 3.0 support, and several cutouts to route cables for a tidy interior and optimal airflow.