Corsair Unveils Its First Mini-ITX Case
About six months ago, Corsair unveiled its largest case to date, the Obsidian Series 900D, which was welcomed with open arms by many enthusiasts as it allowed them to build their ultimate PC. Now the company is ready to unveil its smallest one, the Obsidian Series 250D.
The 250D is a mini-ITX case that caters to a different audience, but that does not mean Corsair took any shortcuts when designing this case. Despite being a mini-ITX case, it has room for a 290 mm long graphics card, so there is no need to run at a lower resolution just because you opted for a case that is easier to carry around. There is also room for a standard 200 mm PSU, two tool-free 3.5"/2.5" combo bays, two tool-free 2.5" only bays, and a full-size 5.25" drive bay. To ensure that all the components stay cool, the case has room for up to five fans with two being included from the start. It is also possible to use a 120/140 mm radiator in the front and a 120/240 mm radiator in the side.
The case is a tiny thing with dimensions of 11.4x10.9x13.81 inches and a weight of only 9.7 lbs, so it should be no problem carrying it to various LANs, even when it is filled with components.
The MSRP is $89.99 in the US and it should be available in later in January.
Source: Press Release