Case and PC peripheral maker Cooler Master has been kicking out some nifty gear the past few months, including the HAF Stacker. Cooler Master made sure to bring its modular case design to CES where Maximum PC Online Managing Editor Jimmy Thang had a chance to check it out up close and on camera. In addition, Cooler Master also demonstrated a few brand new cases and some sweet new mechanical keyboards with unique transitional lighting effects.
At the end of August, Cooler Master announced the HAF Stacker, the world's first stackable mod tower. It's actually a series of individual cases consisting of the HAF 935, HAF 915R, HAF 925, M-ITX HAF 915R, and M-ITX HAF 915F, but with the modular concept Cooler Master is shooting for, you can stack them up in various configurations and create something truly unique. Wondering how it all works?
Cooler Master just earned itself a bazillion creativity points for coming up with the HAF Stacker Series, otherwise known as the world's first stackable "mod tower," if you will. In its simplest form, the HAF Stacker Series is a collection of individual cases, but that description doesn't do justice to what Cooler Master's created here. Cooler Master's modular concept in case design gives system builders the opportunity to get creative with a single PC or multiple PC setups in a variety of ways.
Offspring of HAF and Stacker computer cases will be unveiled later this month
PC peripheral maker Cooler Master wants you to ignore the spasmodic (and greatly exaggerated) reports of the PC’s impending demise and instead concentrate on the upcoming launch of its all new HAF Stacker computer caseseries. The company recently launched a dedicated micro site for the upcoming case, which it says will be the world’s very first “mod-tower” case.