Raidmax has announced a new case, the Raptor, that is designed to accommodate both ATX and m-ATX motherboards. The case features a unique airfoil design modeled after the back of a sports car. The translucent fins allow for users to see the LED fans spinning and lighting up. The case will be available in both red and black, and blue and black color configurations. The modular HDD cage allows for the installation of five 3.5" or 2.5" hard drives, and the cage can be removed to accommodate video cards up to 430mm in length. Three 5.25" drives can also be installed, and all drives feature tool less installation. The case also has three rubber holes on the back panel to easily route water cooling tubing to the external part of the case. Four 120mm fans are included, and there is space for an additional fan at the front of the case. The front I/O panel has connections for one USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, adjustable controls for both fan speed and LED brightness, and audio out and microphone in. It will be available in the USA and Canada in May at a MSRP of $99.99.