We would be underestimating this century if we said that PCs have come a long way in their evolution. Almost every week, a technology giant announces a new feature for one of its computers, but we can’t say that we have made much progress. Fortunately, on the occasion of CES 2022, we’re being treated to a salvo of groundbreaking computers. While they all come in different shapes, sizes, and colors, one of the computers that really caught our attention was CyberPowerPC‘s Kinetic Series Case.
Although the Kinetic Series Case is not a computer in itself, we can say that it is a PC case inspired by kinetic architecture, an architectural concept designed in such a way that some parts can move without disturbing their structural integrity.
18 individually controlled vents
Of course, the kinetic architectural approach often has a purpose. It allows buildings to better insulate themselves or save energy. With this in mind, CyberPowerPC employees transferred this concept to their computers to create a PC that almost looks like a breathing creature. Featuring 18 individually controlled vents, the Kinetic Series Case uses an intelligent airflow system that allows the computer to open and close certain vents to allow air in, according to internal temperature sensors.
The thought behind the design approach of the Kinetic Series Case was to provide the appropriate amount of airflow to cool the computer, instead of just adding a bunch of internal fans, thus creating a case that works in real-time.
In addition, the Kinetic Series Case adds a layer of versatility to its design by opening and closing to regulate the temperature of the computer as well as regulate noise and dust control. This is a true example of “work smarter, not harder”. CyberPowerPC has not yet given a release date or retail price, but the Kinetic Series Case can be expected to launch later this year. Click here for more detailed information.