CRYORIG Releases Taku Chassis

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅08.11.2017 17:32:47


CRYORIG officially releases its first ever chassis product co-developed with Lian Li – the Taku PC Monitor Stand ITX Case. This unique mini-ITX chassis is also a PC monitor stand giving users a space-saving multi-function chassis. The CRYORIG Taku will be first released in the USA, Japan and Taiwan starting this December 2017, other regions to follow. CRYORIG’s original Kickstarter was unsuccessful but CRYORIG will still offer backers the option to pre-order where they will be guaranteed to receive the Taku along with a free CRYORIG C7 ITX CPU cooler by the end of December.

Watch the CRYORIG Taku Chassis Overview Video below:


Sturdy Monitor Stand


The CRYORIG Taku is a sturdy case that uses 2mm aluminium panels enabling it to support monitors of up to 15 kilograms while storing a typical full-length keyboard beneath the chassis for a space-saving setup.

For Compact Yet High-End Gaming Systems


The CRYORIG Taku supports small form factor components such as mini-ITX motherboards and SFX/SFX-L power supplies. However, the case supports up to 280mm long graphics cards giving builders the option to use some of the high-end graphics cards available in the market today to complete a high-performance VR-ready gaming PC.

Speedy and Smart Connectivity


The Taku sports dual USB 3.0 ports and audio ports on the front. USB Type-C upgrade kits are said to be available for future upgrades as well. The case sports two cable management holes to route cables through the tray system to the backports with ease.



Specification
Case Dimensions: 142 H x 570 W x 310 D mm
Weight: 5.3 kg
Front ports: 2 x USB 3.0 and 3.5mm Audio in/out ports
Power button: Premium-grade button
Material: 2mm aluminium, anodized sandblasted exterior
Colour: Anodized silver exterior

Pricing and Availability
The CRYORIG Taku is now available for pre-orders at Newegg USA with an MSRP of $299.99. Shipping starts on December 5, 2017. Taku will be first released in USA, Japan and Taiwan this December.


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