Spire announced the introduction of its newest PC chassis, the PowerCube 702.
The PowerCube 702 is a mini-ITX enclosure, perfect for the burgeoning market of small yet powerful systems in that miniscule form factor. Spire itself describes its newest baby as “cool looking and contemporary” as well as “small but bold,” and who are we to argue with that self-assessment?
Not surprisingly, it looks roughly like a cube. Its front fascia features a mesh intake fed by a 80mm fan, while in the rear a 60mm fan may be installed for exhaust duties (fans are not included). Additional holes on the sides of the case aid in ventilation duties. The case comes with a 300W SFX power supply unit pre-installed, which should be more than adequate for a mini-ITX system.
The case is made out of 0.5mm SGCC, which should ensure its sturdiness and durability.
I/O features include a pair of USB 2.0 ports and AC97 audio connections up front.
The Spire PowerCube 702 is backed by a 2-year manufacturer warranty. Its MSRP is $57.95 and it’ss now available.