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Date: December 15th, 2005
Article by: Matt Mantle (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Thermaltake
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CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS



For a mid-tower case competing in the mainstream market, this is an incredibly solid release. Packed into the small frame of the Swing case we're able to find enough room for everything and more, and virtually all the features of a full tower in a space that doesn't seem cramped. If the interior of the case is a solid point, the exterior of the Swing case is a top notch accomplishment as well. The piano finish paint job is gorgeous, and the entire case has an understated elegance to it, which I particularly enjoy. Smooth lines and simplicity can work wonders. I can feel confident recommending this case, and for the affordable price of around US$55-$65, if you're in the market for a well priced mid-tower case, take a look at the Swing.


Pros:


- Construction
- Affordable
- Spacious
- Looks great for a budget case
- Availability


Cons:


- No intake fan included
- Front hard drive rack can restrict airflow a bit

 


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