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If you're a Gundam fan from back in the early '80s Mobile Suit days or more of a newcomer who jumped onto the SEED bandwagon, you'll get a kick out of the new Gundam-themed Agusta case Raidmax announced off yesterday. Not the cartoony type? That's okay -- the ATX and MicroATX-compatible case still looks pretty cool even if you have no concept of the lore behind the Augusta Newtype Lab.
The new Seiran case from Raidmax has a bit of an odd namesake. According to Raidmax, it's named after the "submarine-launched Aichi M6A Seiran single-engine aircraft, which even today is still recognized as one of the most innovative naval fighting aircraft ever constructed." What that has to do with PCs and computer cases totally eludes us, but we do know what this case has going for it.
The new Viper case from Raidmax is awesome, jaw-dropping, and stunning. How do we know this? Raidmax told us so in a press release filled with more adjectives than a Mad Libs. And maybe it really is all those things and a giant bag of kettle-cooked sea salt and vinegar chips, but until we get one in the Maximum PC Lab, let's focus on the spec sheet.