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Not Even Close, but nice try...
This review is from: Enlight PR42A102 Black 0.6mm steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: The Enlight case is promoted as a entry-level server chassis. The case come with a 120mm rear fan, a vented side panel with convenient thumb screws, a lockable well vented door as well as a screwless drive bay as well as a screwless, removable hard drive cage. One the surface appears to be a well thought out case but it is far from the truth.
Cons: There are a few areas that really bother me with this case. First off, the door is very weak and you feel you are going to break it every time you remove the bezel. And the second is the removable hard drive cage. They forget the hoops you must jump through to get to the cage for removable. First, you must remove the side panel to get to the tabs for the front bezel (though you can only get to the closest 3, as the other side tabs are almost impossible to get to). Once you remove the front bezel while praying you won't break it or the weak door, you can then remove the hdd tray. Then replace the tray, the front bezel, the side panel, and whew...The front bezel has an opening which looks like the tray can slide right though, but alas the opening it too small. There is an option for a hot-swap hdd cage, but you will have to pull the side panel, front bezel, then the cage, so all you will be saving is the time to plug and unplug a few drives (not worth it in my view).
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for a entry-level or secure case, keep walking. You can lock the front door, but all it takes is to remove the side panel with the included thumb screws, pop off the front bezel and there you go. Door locks to the bezel and not the case as with a decent case. Even if I were looking for a entry level case, I would have to think twice about this purchase again.
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