Akasa is preparing two new passive case that will soon be unveiled at Computex, the Galileo in Thin Mini-ITX and the Newton for Intel Next Unit of Computing platforms.
The Galileo is a 37 mm thick ultra-slim case, designed for Thin Mini-ITX motherboards as the recent batch of Gigabyte. It is equipped with a chassis of aluminum fins to dissipate the heat from a CPU with a TDP of 35 Watts. The case is completely fanless, which will also prevent dust from attaching to the components. It will come with a wall mount bracket.
On the other hand, Newton targets the NUC and adopts the same heat dissipation principle as Galileo, the only difference is that the aluminum fins cover the entire case.
Prices and release dates have yet to be defined.