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.
"Short" and "Full Tower" aren't a pair of descriptors that typically go together, but then again, Lian Li claims its new PC-V750 computer case isn't your typical enclosure. The PC-V750 is a "short full tower," as Lian Li describes it, and if you build a system inside it, the power supply goes in front, a design decision that allows it to "hold the hardware that enthusiasts desire while keeping a smaller footprint."