Date: April 22nd, 2004
Article by: Roger (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor)
Product was donated by: Casedge (A Division of Foxconn)
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CasEdge Inc., a company of Foxconn/Hon Hai Group, offers housing solutions for PCs, integrated barebone systems, and white box to distributors, system integrators, VARS and house-brand PC manufacturers in the Northern American and Worldwide markets. CasEdge now also offers PC mainboard and accessories to fulfill the needs of the PC accessory markets. Moreover, CasEdge is now open to small OEM projects to the Northern American and Worldwide markets.
Foxconn Group is a leading supplier of high-performance mechanical packaging and interconnect solutions for the personal computer, communications and consumer electronics industry. Established in 1974, Foxconn started its PC enclosure product operations in 1995.
CasEdge was established to respond specifically to the need of Build-Your-own (BYO) white-box PC market. We incorporate advance features and top quality materials into our products to benefit our customers in shortened assembly time, easy to service and extend product lifetime in addition to our off-the-shelf products to worldwide markets.
There aren't a lot of cases that get my juices flowing. For the most part, I like classic straight, clean designs. Something like a Lian-Li or a Cooler Master. Every once in a while though, a modded case comes along and catches my attention. Such was the case (no pun intended) when I spotted CasEdge's Diabolic Minotaur the first time.
What a design!
It is very difficult to pull off an alien or demon look without making a case look campy and cheap. I hadn't seen the Minotaur close up, so was worried that perhaps my expectations might be a little high.
Boy, was I in for a surprise.