[ad#review1007-top]Computer Cases are becoming more and more creative as time elapses. Today we have a chance to look at one of those computer cases which has used some creativity. Provided by Geeks.com the Chieftec Aegis Mid Tower case has a couple of unique features you wouldn’t typically see on other mid tower cases. This mid tower case is slightly larger than your typical mid tower case. This case offers plenty of room to work around with and a couple of features you may find important for your installation. Read on further to find out more.
Geeks.com was nice enough to send the Aegis over to us, they are a great source for inexpensive computer parts.
– Color: Black
– Steel chassis
– Mesh design
– No power supply
– 11-Bay Mid Tower Case
– Rolled edges
– 16 smart screws for CD-ROM installation
– Professional swing-open side panel
– Tool-free thumb screws
– Sliding hard disk drive rail installation
– Quick release clip for PCI card blanking plates
– Accommodates maximum 10 pcs CD into front panel space
– Lockable side panel
Drive Bay Features:
– Four (4) 5.25-inch external drive bays
– One (1) 3.5-inch external drive bay
– Six (6) 3.5-inch internal drive bays
– Seven (7) expansion slots
Front Panel I/O Ports:
– Two (2) USB ports
– One (1) eSATA port
– Microphone in
– Headphone jack
– 21 x 8 x 21-inches (H x W x D, approximate)
The Chieftec Aegis is packaged in a typical box for cases with a blue curtain background. One side shows the silver case while the other shows the black case. Both sides go over the features and specifications of the case.
The case is protected by a thick cardboard cover on the top and bottom of the case. It is also protected by a plastic bag over the case.
Protective plastic is also placed on the top of the case to prevent any wear and tear during shipping.
May 27, 2015 0
May 27, 2015 0