March 3, 2011
Asus Gives its Motherboard Boxes Second Life as a PC Case
Tech big wigs around the world have long had the agenda of rolling out eco-safe gadgets but giving their users some innovative waste management techniques was definitely unheard of. The Taiwanese PC giant Asus did it. It has come up with an idea that gives a second life to the boxes which carry their motherboards. These shipping boxes hold the motherboard snug, and features punch-out holes for ventilation and a real panel to double as a PC case. The container is constructed to house the additional components of a PC. This kind of intelligent casing will allow users to give a nice temporary PC casing for the search of a perfect case might sometimes take a little longer. The company says that this casing will work fine for at least a year.