Me being a fan of microATX builds, this looks like a nice, cheap case to work with. However, because cable management lacks in many mATX cases(NZXT Vulcan and SilverStone TJ08-E are the few mATX cases that actually have it), that would really be nice.
Whats the big advantage of having a case thats a few inches shorter than a standard mid tower? It has the same footprint size, so I don't see how it really saves space. It just means you have to reach further down to pop in a dvd or plug in a usb drive.
Sharkoon???? Never knew this brand name existed. But the cases look nice. Although, the market of computer cases is so saturated that the manufacturers are replicating each other with different shapes for the outer frame. There has been no innovation at all for most of the new cases. Some cases ,like the Thermaltake MKI Chaser, feel like it went from design to mass production without having a prototype to test and find out that the temperatures are seriously ridiculous.
What's up, Tom's? Past 2 articles regarding PC cases have looked more like blatant advertisements rather than informative pieces of journalism.
There have been case choices for mATX builds to support longer video cards for a while now, and these people certainly aren't the first to do it. It would have been nice to throw in a couple other options in there that could suffice for builds with big cards rather than a spotlight on a single company for a yet-to-be-seen product.
Thermaltake opting to stick the PSU on the bottom may have been news in 2005, but today? Really?