Rosewill claims its new mid-tower is the first to feature both E-ATX and USB 3.0 support.
Rosewill, Newegg's house brand, unveiled a new mid-tower computer case with support for large E-ATX motherboards. The Armor Evolution also features a pair of front-mounted SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, something that Rosewill claims has never before been paired with E-ATX support in a mid-tower design, or an "extreme" mid-tower chassis, as the company likes to call its new case.
The Armor Revolution keeps its cool with two front 120mm fans with red LEDs, 120mm fans on the top and rear, and a large 230mm side panel fan, all of which come pre-installed. If that's not enough cooling, you can add up to two more front 120mm fans behind the hard drive rack, a bottom 120mm fan, and an additional top 120mm fan. You can also swap out the side panel 230mm fan for four 120mm fans.
Rosewill's latest mid-tower is made out of SECC steel. It measures 8.74 inches by 19 inches by 22.84 inches and supports graphics cards up to 14.56 inches in length. The case has an all-black interior and more than a dozen rubberized cutouts for cable management.
Look for the Armor Revolution to sell for around $120.