Many people would like to have a small, unobtrusive, and potentially silent PC. The folks from Streacom are hoping to provide the foundation for you to build such a system. The Streacom DB4 is a cube-shaped computer case that is completely fanless; it relies exclusively on heat dissipation for cooling. This is achieved using the rather stark exterior, which acts as a heatsink for the CPU and other components.
Now with cases like this, you're typically expected only to put certain components inside. With the Streacom DB4 however, Streacom states that it'll handle a full mini-ITX board and CPU, with room for a dual-slot video card (max 200mm), and up to 5 x 3.5" or 12 x 2.5" drives with lots of combinations in between.
You'll need to source a Nano or ZeroFlex PSU to power everything though. Each side of the case can only handle 65W of heat dissipation and can be coupled to provide 120W of total CPU cooling.
Overall the Streacom DB4 looks to be very ambitious. With the right component selection, it could be the perfect foundation for a near silent computer for your home or office. Unfortunately, no pricing or availability info was included in the press release, but you can check it and some photos out below.