In the midst of the economic crisis a lot companies started to adapt to a new market. With less money to spend the companies who had a storing focus on high-end computer components all of the sudden also started to introduce low-end to mid-range products.
Sometimes that is surprising to see, Zalman for example is such a manufacturer, always keen to serve at least the mid-range but preferably enthusiast market, yet as business demands to remain a fit and a solid name in the industry they also made a shift towards the lower end spectrum of the hardware segment. A good example exactly of that is the chassis we'll be reviewing today. It is the Z7 Plus chassis, a chassis far away from the cool form SKUs like the Z-Machine, the excellent GS1000 series and hey what about that delicious MS1000-HS2 ?
No today's product is all about value for money, a fairly nice ATX Mid Tower chassis with good looks priced at just 55 EUR / 65 USD. That certainly is a bargain, a budget chassis with some Zalman flair, but is it good value for money ? Meet the Z7 PLUS ATX Mid Tower chassis.
Zalman ZM-M240W Stereoscopic monitor review Zalman released a new 24" 3D monitor tagged as ZM-M240W. This Stereoscopic 3D LCD Monitor is at a convenient size of 24" / 60cm allowing you to use it perfectly fine as desktop monitor, and it's not too small to watch a 3D movie on either .. with a supported Full HD monitor resolution at 1920x1080 that is.
Zalman Z7 Plus review We test and review the Zalman Z7 Plus ATX Mid Tower chassis. These cases will cost you roughly 55 EUR / 65 USD for the most expensive PLUS version, yet carry features like pleasing aesthetic design, LED front fan, dust filter protections at the meshes, side fan controller, front panel hidden by a door, rubber feet protecting resonation, CPU Cooler Back Plate Hole is provided for convenient CPU cooler installation.