The New Face Of Value? NZXT Apollo Mid-Tower Case Review
Written by Gizmo   
Friday, 01 September 2006 07:04

Read the full story at SysOpt:

"NZXT has a lot going for it in the Apollo chassis, sharing the same structure we praised in similar Cooler Master models. Compared to those previously-tested models, it lacks the extruded-aluminum face panel found in the Centurion 531, but puts the USB ports in a more convenient location for those who like to place their desktop computers on top of their desks.

It also suffers the minor drawback found in the Centurion 534, having the front-panel buttons and LEDs mounted to the removable face plate rather than the metal chassis underneath, which forces builders to carefully pull wires through access holes whenever they need to remove the front panel."

(Image Courtesy NZXT)

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