Known for their utilitarian yet quirky designs, Teenage Engineering is now taking on the once bland category of PC cases with the aptly-named Computer-1. Built out of necessity (they didn't like any available options), it's the fifth iteration of their homemade design but the first to be commercially available. Inside the 1mm orange powder-coated aluminum exterior is room for a Mini-ITX motherboard, dual GPU slots, an SFX power supply, and CPU cooler, with a front-mounted 3.5mm audio output. It arrives flat-packed in a build-it-yourself box; for assembly instructions, refer to this PDF file.
Width: 6.7" / Depth: 7.5" / Height: 12.7" (11.2" w/o Handles)