Ironside Offers New VShojo PC Case Shipping Estimates

Ironside Offers New VShojo PC Case Shipping Details and Estimates

There’s a new update on when people who ordered Ironside VShojo PC cases will get them, as well as details about possible changes to the model they’ll get. The company noted orders for the 11 styles will again resume on April 17, 2023, following a March 2023 announcement regarding supply issues. It closed pre-orders on March 15, 2023 as a result. People who placed “wave 1” orders in January 2023 may get their systems by the end of April 2023. People who are in the February 2023 second wave will get theirs after the middle of May 2023. However, due to those supply problems, some people’s cases will be Lian Li’s O11 Dynamic Evo ones, rather than the Neo Qube.

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The announcement included a closer look at how the O11 looks. Ironside noted that people who get that VShojo VTuber PC case, rather than a Neo Qube, will find the USB ports are horizontally on the bottom, rather than vertically on the right side of the computer.

Here is the Veibae Neo Qube.

And this is the Nyanners O11.

As a reminder, these are $219 cases. The available styles are Apricot, Haruka, Hime, Ironmouse, Kson, Nazuna, Nyanners, Projekt Melody, Silvervale, Veibae, and Zentreya.

People who placed January 2023 orders for the cases that are still waiting should see theirs ship by the end of April 2023. People who ordered in February 2023’s are set to arrive in May 2023.

Image Source: Ironside on Twitter.

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