This year at Computex, we have seen many different pieces of hardware beauty, and not all of them were CPU's; take this case from ASRock for example.
Named the M8, this full PC was designed by a BMW group consultancy firm called DesignworksUSA, who have given the case its sleek look...
The name M8 is probably a reference to BMW car models, since they have models M5 to M7 already released. The case looks as smooth as a BMW too, all sleek metal and sudden edges.
This case is a Small Form Factor, ASRock's first actually, so it's not going to take all the moster graphics cards you all want. You can see that there are carrying handles in the corners which will make it easy to take to LAN parties, and it can be laid out horizontally or stood upright as you wish.
It has a large side window to watch the inners work, and in the front it has a big knob with an OLED display. The knob will show you various stats about your PC, and you can twist it to adjust your volume or the case fan speed. The side panels are attached with magnets so you can easily get inside and change your components.
The internal specifications has not yet been released, but tell us what you think about the design! Is it up to standard for BMW, or did you expect something more?