Logisys Acrylic Yin Yang Case

by Rob Williams on July 29, 2005 in Cases & PSUs

Logisys has recently released a new slew of cases, the Yin Yang series. These cases are acrylic and completely see through, but sport the cool Yin Yang design. Let’s take a deeper look at this case!


There’s something about completely clear cases that intrigue me. The fact of being able to see the components from any angle, is certainly cool. With clear cases as well, CCFL and LED’s can really bring it to life, unlike solid cases. Here is a quick bio on Logisys and the official description of the cases:

About Logisys Computer:

We had a dream that there was a computer as novel as a toy and as exquisite as a gift. We dreamed that there was a computer that could glitter all kinds of lights just like an emerald. We had also dreamed a more people friendly computer with a choice of more eye catching colors available instead of being beige only. That is exactly what we have been doing and working hard on.

About the Yin Yang Cases

The clear Yin Yang Case combines the beauty of colors with the contemporary sense of clarity in the form of ancient Chinese Yin Yang curve. With a clear front door, it adds more protection for your valuable drives and more elegance and style! The light transparent color gives the case a fresh look in the beige dominated PC world! You have to see it to appreciate its beauty! Pictures or photos simply can not convey its clarity and transparency!

The exact measurements of this acrylic case are 501x265x543(LxWxH), slightly taller than their Area-51 and Janus series. It comes complete with (4) 5 1/4″ drive bays, and (2) 3 1/2″ inch floppy drive bays. They give you plenty of room for your internal HDD’s, 6 spots are available for use. As usual, the front of the case sports (2) USB 2.0 ports and audio jacks.

Included also are three 80mm clear fans. The one in the rear of the computer is not LED, but the door fan and the front case fan both have bright LED’s. Unlike some other Logisys cases, this particular one does not come with a power supply. Lastly, the case also comes with 4 clear round feet, if you choose to use them.

Rob Williams

Rob founded Techgage in 2005 to be an 'Advocate of the consumer', focusing on fair reviews and keeping people apprised of news in the tech world. Catering to both enthusiasts and businesses alike; from desktop gaming to professional workstations, and all the supporting software.

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