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    Azza Cast mid-tower PC case features removable flexi shell

    Panels can flex and open with unique wing design for easy access. MSRP is US$210.
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    Re: Azza Cast mid-tower PC case features removable flexi shell

    Nice enough looking case but it's not flexing in any way shape or form.... you can see the hinges that allow the 'door' to open...

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    Re: Azza Cast mid-tower PC case features removable flexi shell

    That's kinda a crazy price. I guess there's some appeal in a hybrid between an open test bench and a regular case, but for my money, the XPROTO does a better, more appealing, more interesting job.


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    Re: Azza Cast mid-tower PC case features removable flexi shell

    The Hardware Canucks review of this case (but with a mesh front panel), about a month ago, is very good and highlights the massive flaws in this case.

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    Re: Azza Cast mid-tower PC case features removable flexi shell

    Nothing new my corsair 110r case flexes like anything due to no space for cable management, hell even the fans flex the sides when they are blowing hard

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    Re: Azza Cast mid-tower PC case features removable flexi shell

    I was thinking of doing something similar in a mod once. If you dont care for dust its a fun concept and case to build in i guess.

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    Re: Azza Cast mid-tower PC case features removable flexi shell

    I would never not have filters on intake fans, which in my current mod are a little of a challenge as i have four 140 mm fans slammed together in one big square.
    So have to come up with some sort of filter holding bracket that will cover a 280 X 280 mm large hole

    It is not going to be pretty, but no matter i have also ditched the glass front panel in my case,,,,, actually ditched all the glass as it is so last year.
    I am going 100 % Danish design on this one, and Danish design do not whore out with glass and flashing lights and what not.

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