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Tuesday, 10 September 2013 17:07

EVGA launches the Hadron Air mini-ITX case

Written by Slobodan Simic



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EVGA has launched the new Hadron Air, a mini-ITX compact PC case that, despite its rather small size, has quite a few interesting features.

With 169x305x308mm dimensions and 6kg tipping the scale, the new Hadron Air is compact enough to be carried to any LAN party and design-wise it definitely is not half bad with its clean and monolith-like front panel. It comes with integrated EVGA 80Plus Gold rated 500W 40Amp PSU and even supports up to 267mm, double slot, graphics cards.

It also features support for slim slot load optical drive, has enough room for two 2.5/3.5-inch HDDs/SSDs and features two USB 3.0 ports. It is backed by EVGA's 3-year warranty and features two 120mm exhaust fans.

EVGA is also working on the Hadron Hydro, that will be aimed at water cooling enthusiasts and features, what appears to be, an addition compartment that will house water cooling components.

The new EVGA Hadron Air is already available in the US for US $189.99 price tag and should be soon available across Europe and in the UK for €180,77. Unfortunately, the Hadron Hydro is not yet ready but we are sure that it will show up pretty soon.

You can check out more about it here. 

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Last modified on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 19:24

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