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Thursday, 26 June 2008 14:39

Maingear is preparing new cases

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Concepts for the next year


System
builder Maingear has released a set of pictures that show the three new case concepts that might be used next year. Futuristic and practical are the main design points on these new concepts.

The first one is a rather traditional case design, but the second and the third one look like something that came out of Sci-Fi movies. All three look great, but we are still talking about concept art for the new cases and Maingear is still looking for the right one that will debut early next year.

Here are some pictures of those three cases and you can find the rest of the pictures over at Maingear's forums here. As a pro-consumer company, Maingear is surely looking for some feedback, so you can drop your vote on the forums for one of the three concepts.

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