January 11th, 2008

In Win Allure mATX Case Review

A case designed especially for girls. Imagine that. In this review we have a guest female reviewer take a look at In Win’s newest offering: the Allure mATX case. It is decked out in Swaroski crystals and really dressed to get everyone’s attention but is it actually a good case? Our newest reviewer takes a [...]

December 19th, 2007

nMedia HTPC 600-BAR Case Review

HTPC cases have been growing in popularity and nMedia is well positioned to take advantage of this growing market segment. In this review we will be looking at their 600-series enclosure which is designed for HTPC use and is ATX motherboard compatible.

December 2nd, 2007

NZXT Alpha Mid-Tower Case Review

It seems like everywhere we look these days, there is a new product which supposedly caters to "gamers". In the past NZXT released gamer cases that could only be called…unique. They have now released the Alpha which is priced at about $80CAD while offering all the perks of a much more expensive case. Today we [...]

November 22nd, 2007

Xion Dazl Case Review

Xion has a full range of products on the market but many people think of the company as a kind of Ugly Duckling when it comes to their case designs. The Dazl case may have a flashy name but its design is more subdued that past Xion offerings. Will this help it become a better [...]

October 12th, 2007

Hiper Anubis Mid-Tower Case

The Anubis is Hiper’s first foray into the competitive world of enclosures and they have come out of the gate with guns blazing. They hope that this case will make a splash in the market with its beautiful design and many features. Can they succeed?

September 28th, 2007

Silverstone Kublai KL02

In this review we will be taking a closer look at the Silverstone Kublai KL02B case without the optional side window. So, will this ATX-sized case be able to continue Silverstone’s long-standing tradition of high quality products while offering benefits that its cheaper competition does not?

August 22nd, 2007

Silverstone Sugo SG03

It seems like Silverstone is setting this case up to be the end-all of smaller case designs. It has increased cooling, a compact design and some very interesting features. So, does the SG03 live up to all the promises its manufacturer has made?

July 28th, 2007

Antec Sonata III

The third phase of the Sonata evolution is upon us with the aptly-named Sonata III. Antec is offering a case that it hopes will appeal to the majority of entry-level consumers by building on the lessons they learned from the Sonata II in order to make a superior value-oriented case. This time they have added [...]

June 24th, 2007

Thermaltake Soprano DX

Thermaltake has developed a case which they hope gamers, and everyone in between can enjoy. It’s the Soprano DX! This case combines both elegant visual effects, and sophistication while not shouting its presence from the rooftops. Whether you’re a hardcore enthusiast or a businessman, this mid-tower case is supposed to satisfy all your needs…or will [...]

June 6th, 2007

Danger Den Torture Rack Fast-Access

Danger Den is on the leading edge of liquid cooling and case modding. Besides catering to the DIY community, Danger Den has also been a leader in producing solutions to help mainstream users overcome their anxiety about water cooling and case modding, such as kits that can be installed in any chassis, and computer cases [...]