Corsair is currently in the process of blitzing Computex 2014 with a bevy of product announcements and releases. That includes its bread and butter product line -- computer cases. Corsair unveiled three new high-end cases today, including two mini-ITX enclosures -- Graphite Series 380T and Carbide Series Air 240 -- and a full tower chassis, the Graphite Series 780T. All three sport a sleek design, plenty of cooling potential, and enough space for water cooling setups and full-length graphics cards.
The Carbide Series Air 240 is designed for users looking for a "stylish mini PC case" with the capability of keeping performance components cool. It's a cube-shaped enclosure that comes in black or white, has a side window, and can accommodate up to two 240mm radiators without sacrificing space for a full-size graphics card.
Corsair's other mini-ITX case, the Graphite Series 380T, comes with an integrated carrying handle for easy transportation and mutiple color options for flair. It has rounded corners, a windowed side panel, and can hold up to four 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drives. There's also room for up to five fans or a 240mm radiator.
For those who need something bigger, the full-tower Graphite Series 780T brings an aggressive aesthetic to the table. It also boasts a latched easy-open side window panel with a "cavernous interior" that can hold dual 360mm watercooling radiators. Other features include nine expansion slots, nine HDD bays, and a built-in three-mode fan controller.
The Carbide Series Air 240 will be available in August for $90 to $100. Also debuting in August is the Graphite Series 380T, which will go for $130. Finally, the Graphite Series 780T will come out in September for $180 to $190.