It’s well known, Apple sets the rules of the game with its computers. The innovations it introduces are a point of reference for the entire sector. A very important aspect is their design. The form factor of its devices is among the most emulated in the world. Many of its products are considered true works of art where the design perfectly marries the technique and usability.
A case in point is the new Mac Pro. A true monster of power but also the maximum expression of design and technique. However, this translates into high costs, which are absolutely not within everyone’s reach.
By accepting the “small compromise” of giving up the logo with the shape of the apple, with Dune Pro Case you can build by yourself what, at least apparently, in the outside really looks like the iconic Mac Pro but with a much lower price.
What strikes at first glance is the front grille, the so-called Dice Y Cover jokingly nicknamed “the grater”. However it’s just a blatant similarity that is limited to aesthetics without all the advanced technical solutions of the original case.
In this PC tower case, in fact, the opening is from a side panel, the central handle, the advanced ventilation system and the hooking of the components without cables are missing.
But Dune Pro is a PC case that’s engineered for a range of industry standard parts. It was designed to give you the flexibility and freedom to customize configurations for commons Windows PC and why not, powerful Hackintosh computers. All without sacrificing the beauty of an elegant design.
The stainless steel frame is not only the foundation but also the handle and feet.
The frame also gives you 360 access to the case. The enclosure has been constructed with precision high grade aluminum that is 3mm thick.
Included 2 x USB 3.1 type C connectors on the top of the enclosure gives you quick access to your peripherals.
From Mini ITX, ATX, mATX, EATX, or EEB motherboards, Dune Pro supports the latest motherboard standards and you have 160 mm CPU fan clearance with the potential to install a 32 Core processor. Boasting more than 380 mm length clearance, you can install some of the longest GPU’s in the market today as well to build the most sleek gaming PC ever made.