Antec has released their new Dark Cube PC case. The front panel comes with two options, a glass front panel or a mesh front panel. The Dark Cube is based on a unique slide-open case structure. This structure makes it easier for the consumers to build their PC because they can slide out the structure, install the parts, and once they are done, they can just slide back the structure into the Aerospace Aluminum Alloy frame, ensuring that no components are damaged while installing them into the case.
The Dark Cube has two front panel options to offer: the tempered glass panel and diamond grille front panel. It comes preinstalled with the diamond grille front panel, which can suck in more air, but the tempered glass, on the other hand, is to show the fancy RGB fans.
The case can support up to a Micro-ATX motherboard form factor. It can also support up to 330 mm long graphic card, maximum CPU cooler height of 175 mm, and a maximum PSU length of 220 mm. It can also house a single 3.5″ drive and 2.5″ drive. The Dark Cube PC case will soon arrive at online stores and European retailers for a price tag of $250 or €209.