Since the birth of the PC in the 1970s, the host has experienced various shapes and structures. In recent years, with the change of materials and the popularity of RGB lighting effects, the personalization of the host has been greatly developed. Many novel designs have not been seen before, which greatly enriches the choices of users.
Recently, AZZA released a case called REGIS 902, which adopts a cubic structure and is placed on a matching bracket. It has a distinctive shape. The REGIS 902 chassis adopts a structure of tempered glass on three sides and anodized aluminum on both sides, and the frame is also decorated with gold. It makes the case look higher-grade, and the front is a panel with a three-dimensional perspective effect, and with RGB lighting effects, to achieve an infinitely extended visual effect. This chassis is fixed at a 45-degree angle through a CNC milled 8mm thick aluminum bracket, which has its own characteristics.