Corsair have long been the manufacturer of enthusiast-grade memory kits, more recently expanding into the PSU market and in both of those arenas they're one of the biggest and best players around - now they've set their sights on the case market.
Called the 800D, their first case slots into their Obsidian Series which as far as can be determined just seems to mean "more black than batman at night", with similar amounts of badass seeping out of every sharp angular line and smooth curve.
It's a pretty strange mix of design ethos, but the front all-aluminium fascia mixed with sturdy steel construction give the 800D a heft that lets you know it's not a case to be messed with; exactly the kind of place you'd hide if a nuke was coming (assuming you were small enough to fit).
There's a heap of cool features like hotswappable HDD bays and an absolutely crazy cable management system, but the phenomenally high price tag of $400 precludes this case from any budget tag.
Head into the gallery of pics to see all of them in their spectacular usefulness, and check out an upcoming Issue of Atomic to see if they're worth the asking fee.