Hot on the heels of the Corsair Carbide Air 540 comes its little brother, the Air 240. It boasts the same unique interior layout, but in a smaller footprint, and all without sacrificing flexibility and cooling performance. Read on to see if good things really do come in small packages.
In the late 1800s, the first hearing aid was handheld and the batteries were large enough to fill a small purse, but today we have digital hearing aids that are nearly invisible. Back in the 70′s, Motorola developed the “brick” mobile phone, but today we have phones that fit in the palm of our hand.
These are just two examples, but if we can reduce the size of these modern marvels, why are PCs still such huge, monolithic beasts that take up a ton of room? It looks like Corsair was asking the same question when it announced the Carbide Air 240 earlier this month, which is the small form factor (SFF) version of the Air 540.
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