The Guardian PC Case review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 05/04/2004 06:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
The Photo Shoot
Right, let's strip the product nekked and see what the product looks like in a series of pictures that we took. All images you see are copyrighted, please do not use or deeplink them. The pictures have been taken with a Sony DCS F707 at a high resolution and have been scaled down. You may click on the images to see the image in that resolution. The full images are high-quality, that means file-size can be 100-200 kB.
Pretty clever... USB ports, as well as headphone and microphone ports. Internally you'll find the wiring that you connect to your mainboard. These cables are a bit on the short side though, so you better pray that you do not need to connect them at the rear end of the mainboard.
Most of you desire a non-standard PC Case, face it .. you are a visitor of Guru3D.com which means you crave a need for the best hardware. One big downside though, if you are one of those people who is well .. to lazy to case-mod, have two left hands or simply does not have the time to make a case-mod then what to do ? Luckily for us there are a few companies out there who saw this gap in the market and when you are ready to pay some dough, you can pretty much buy anything to your likings; NZXT is such a company.