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Zalman Reveals Upcoming Lineup: Cases and Coolers

by Michael "SKYMTL" Hoenig     |     January 5, 2010

Z7 PLUS Case



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With an already over-crowded case market, one must wonder where another high-priced Zalman case will fit into things. However, the Z7 PLUS is targeting the mid-range enclosure market with quality craftsmanship and some interesting features.


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This case makes use of a trio of pre-installed 120mm fans located in the front, back and side. The back fan is your standard 120mm affair but front unit uses a blue LED while the side fan sports a manual control and LED that gets brighter as the fan speed is increased.


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Zalman is also touting some other items which are normally reserved for cases in higher price ranges than the Z7 PLUS. Things like mesh drive covers, quick-install drive rails, pre-installed dust filters and support for 162mm high CPU coolers are definitely pluses though the interior looks like it's painted a standard grey. Unfortunately, little more is know about this case and we are anxious to see its interior layout.


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