'X-Bee' ATX PC Case
Author : Shawn
Sparks Date : 7th October 2002
3DVelocity would like to thank ColorCases, especially Matt
for providing this sample for review.
As PC enthusiasts and modders show their prowess
online, many entry-level tinkerers want to have the same visual
and performance gains acquired through modifying their PC cases.
However, Adding windows, extra fans and alternative buttons
can be an intimidating prospect to the newcomer on the scene.
However, manufacturers have been quick to satisfy the needs
of those who desire all the bells and whistles, but aren't ready
to plunge right in with a dremel tool, a sheet of lexan, and
a box of fans.
Many of the big companies like Lian-Li and ThermalTake
offer some sweet mods of their own cases, yet more and more
companies are catching the creative bug and manufacturing their
own pre-modified cases. One such company is ColorCases, they
have been selling unique and original cases online since 1999,
and they have a huge catalog of custom enclosures to prove it.
Some of their cases are customized and re-badged
cases from Antec, but more than most are designed and manufactured
by ColorCases themselves. Today I will be looking at their "#104;
X-Bee" A very cool looking case with some interesting features.
The X-Bee obviously gets its name from the X-shaped
window and black and yellow-green color scheme. As far as looks
go, this is a very attractive case. I like the power button
placement and the chrome accents, they are very classy touches.
Since UPS just dropped it off, lets open the
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