The Hadron Air is the latest offering from CyberPower and it packs plenty of gaming power into a chassis that measures 6.6" wide, 12" tall, and 12.1" in length. The system gets its name from the EVGA Hadron Air Mini-ITX case that the components are housed in with an included 500W Gold rated PSU. CyberPower plans to release a liquid cooled version of the system at a later date. The system gives users the option to choose between Intel and AMD processors and NVIDIA and AMD GPUs, with the high end options offering Intel i7 processors, NVIDIA GTX Titans, and AMD R9 290X GPUs. Three base configurations will be offered, the 100, 200, and 300 with the 100a base system starting at $599.
Source: Press Release