Date: October 6th, 2005
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product Submitted by: MGE
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XG CORPORATE PROFILE
XG is a division of MGE Company. For all those hardcore “Extreme Gamers” out there, XG is THE solution. XG is the home for all computer modders and System Builders. Focusing on both High-End and Low-End cases and power supplies, XG hits all ranges of income. This brand promises only creative and out of the ordinary designs to appeal to the next generation of PC users. XG offers a family of computer accessories, PC cases and power supplies geared to the extreme lifestyle 16-35 year-old male and female demographic group that demands products with creative styling, outstanding reliability and unsurpassed performance to suit their unique needs.
From its full line of PC cases, ranging from the affordable Ninja to the top of the line Dragon, to its turbo charged power supplies, XG products offer widespread appeal from the casual gamer to the hardcore overclocker. Whatever the PC case or power supply, the XG line extends the life of a PC to give the extreme gamer/modder the ultimate gaming experience. XG offer extreme gamers/modders a broad range of solutions to personalize their systems and achieve the “cool factor” without compromising reliability and performance. The solutions also provide a means to extend the life of PC systems. Simply put: XG cases are built BY gamers FOR gamers.
Computer cases, especially the so-called “gaming” cases on the market today seem to be following a trend toward more features, more gadgets and more money. Don't get me wrong, an aluminum case with tool-free installation features, lots of LED fans, a removable motherboard tray and an automotive quality finish is many enthusiast's dream. But what if you can't afford to lay out two hundred bones on a case, or would rather buy components with some of that money? Well, you could go with a plain, beige case, but that's no fun.
If you're looking for a case that has some bling but doesn't cost a lot of bucks, follow along with me as I take a look at the new Ninja 2 chassis from XG. A subsidiary of the well-established MGE Company, XG markets higher-end cases and power supplies to the gaming community. The Ninja 2 chassis is XG's entry-level case, selling in the $50-60 range and comes with a 400W PSU. Lets have a look.