The miniaturization of PCs is an undeniable trend. With mATX and even mITX systems becoming more capable and powerful, PC chassis manufacturers are slowly but surely filling that gap in the market with products to suit.
It’s such a profound trend that EVGA, traditionally a GPU and PSU solutions provider, has decided to expand its product line by introducing its first ever PC chassis, the mITX Hadron Air.
The Hadron Air measures 308mm (length) x 69mm (width) x 305mm (height), so it’s obviously compact. But don’t let its svelte figure fool you; it can fit double-slot video cards as long as 267mm inside it. That means you don’t need to sacrifice graphics power because of your PC chassis’ size.
But that’s not the Hadron Air’s only outstanding feature. It’s got two USB 3.0 ports as well as room for two 3.5mm HDDs/2.5mm SSDs. It also supports slim optical drives (not included). It does boast an integrated 500W Gold-rated PSU, with up to 40A available on its +12V rail.
And the good news keeps on coming: EVGA will introduce a water cooling-ready Hadron Hydro imminently.
The Hadron Air is available now through EVGA’s site, and retails for $189.99.