Modern computers have become so intelligent that they are almost comparable to a human being. CyberPower's new PC case even breathe, taking the similarity to the next level.
But how does he actually breathe? How is this unusual computer case formed?
To the last CES 2022, the CyberPower company has announced the testing of an innovative case, with a unique and surprising design; the computer breathes autonomously, regulating the flow of air during use.
Il CyberPowerPC Kinetic Case it is made up of over 108 triangular panels, connected to each other through a series of hinges. Eighteen mechanical air vents open and close at different speeds, revealing the PC fans that breathe air in order to function at their best.
Inside the computer were placed a series of sensors, which have the task of detecting changes in temperature and helping the air intakes to choose a certain opening speed.
One of the most interesting aspects is the lack of arbitrariness of the air intakes. Sensors sense which parts of the PC are vulnerable to heating and open the corresponding vents immediately, thereby optimizing the cooling process.
CyperPowerPC, the computer that breathes
The creative director of CyperPowerPC, Nam Hoang, he wondered what are the hidden potential of a computer chassis.
"Can a frame do more and be more than just a box of holes?"
These were his words and, judging by the project released, the answer is absolutely affirmative.
The Kinetic Case represents the future of technology, the necessary step and the novelty we needed.
This modern cabinet is an intelligent entity, which lives and breathes in perfect autonomy. Based on usage, it understands when and how to manage the airflow.
When you use "heavy" programs, the unit of air vents opens faster, while it remains at rest when you use the basic functions of the PC.
Let's talk about a "intelligent airflow“, Which is capable of reacting to actions you perform on the computer.
Unfortunately, we don't know all the details about how the Kinetic Case works yet. We have yet to find out what material the vents are made of, how the flow itself will be regulated.
CyberPowerPC has just announced the product, and it will take months before we have any concrete information.