While not quite as revolutionary as Asus' modular PC concept from a few years back, BMW DesignworksUSA's Level 10 case for ThermalTake is a far cry from any other desktop PC chassis we've seen recently. Apparently, the Level 10 actually exists, too -- at least according to the illicitly snapped shots from ThermalTake's CeBIT booth by the Inquirer.
As you can see from the image, the Level 10 gives each PC component its own moulded enclosure. We have no word on specs, availability, or price, although it appears to adhere to standard ATX motherboard design. You can read the full press release from BMW DesignworksUSA for the thought process that went into the Level 10. Warning: this is about as close as it comes to actual English. "The asymmetric arrangement of the robust vertical heatsink and the
horizontally located individual components creates a strong
Assuming the Level 10 will make its way to retail, you will probably find it available as a standalone product, as well as from system builders who construct their PCs from off-the-shelf parts. Those vendors are usually anxious to adopt unique components, as our US colleagues saw with AVADirect and the CoolerMaster Cosmos line last year, and we imagine the Level 10 will be hard for them to resist as well.