We have not heard much from Antec lately, but at Computex 2014 this week they were showing off a new high-end offering in their Performance One P380 case. The P380 has a very sleek and sophisticated design to it thanks to the large 6 mm thick piece of aluminum that makes up the top and front of the case.
There is a rather large side panel window to show off your hardware inside. There is quite a lot of room inside, the P380 supports motherboards up to E-ATX, has room for two 360 mm radiators, and nine hard drives. All three hard drive cages inside the case are removable. While this case does not have room for normal optical drives there is room for a slim-line optical drive which is hidden behind the front panel of the case.
The P380 should be available around August / September in both windowed and windowless versions.
Images courtesy of bit-tech.