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Pros: Super affordable.
Looks unique but not in a gaudy way.
Very light weight.
Love the look and feel of rubber around the front.
Cons: Nitpicking list see below.
A little tight in some spots but ok if your using modular power supplies so not to big a deal.
Top bay cannot be used due to all the cables so no idea why you would make it even look like that's a possible bay but not enough to dock an egg as who the heck needs 4 media expansion bays on the front these days anyway?
Other Thoughts: I love this case and its the second time using this one as I built my sons gaming rig in this case first and if you toss in two top fans it keeps things amazingly cool. These days you do not need to buy cases that weigh as much as if you were lugging an air conditioner up from the basement. Deep cool I am digging your cases and fans lately and at these awesome prices you have a happy customer here. Thanks :)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Hamilton Beach 04383A TrueAir Compact Air Purifier
Cons: A little on the loud side but cant complain because its small and affordable.
Other Thoughts: A little smaller then I thought but not enough to dock an egg.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 3000 70 Watts RMS 2.1 Speaker System
Pros: Price was average
Easy and quick to hook up.
Cons: Cables all around are way to short.
Terrible glossy gold on the speakers.
Other Thoughts: I took off an egg because numerous things of what I will list below.
The Sub woofer plate gets friggin hot just from turning the unit on.
The yellow/gold on the sub and the power unit are a more dull color and easier on the eyes then the darn speakers which seem almost to much an eye sore to handle as they seem almost mirror like and I am using a 27 gaming monitor and they still bug me. My easy fix but I wouldn't recommend is I glued two black metal 3 inch subwoofer covers over these gaudy things and now looks tons better for me anyway.
How do you label something Gaming that has mismatched colors and short as heck cables?
Guess I am spoiled as my old Cambridge Soundworks 4.1 system lasted me almost 15 years and only replaced because the sound was jumping up and down.
Overall I am happy with these after some minor customization and I do think the quality just doesn't seem like these can last somewhat the long haul and I would put this average 2.1 system more near the 60 dollar range
Display Name: Daniel M.
Date Joined: 08/20/02
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