NZXT have made their name with a series of bold, sculpted PC cases that go way beyond the standard ‘black metal cuboid’ design. We loved their Phantom and Manta cases when we’ve had them in for reviews, and their latest creation looks exciting too.
It’s the Noctis 450 Special Edition ROG, a custom variant of the Noctis case that was launched last year. The Special Edition comes in a unique Gun Gray colour scheme, and supports Aura Sync RGB lighting. Let’s take a closer look.
The S340 Elite is an upgraded version of NZXT’s mid-tier S340 PC case, with a few extra features ideal for VR gamers. You can store your VR headset on a magnetic puck and hook it up to HDMI and USB ports on the top of the machine, giving you more cable length to play with. You can also show off your components, LEDs and cable management skills through the tempered glass window on the left side. We’ve got one in to test, so let’s get started!The S340 Elite is an upgraded version of NZXT's mid-tier S340 PC case, with a few extra features ideal for VR gamers. You can store your VR headset on a magnetic puck and hook it up to HDMI and USB ports on the [...]
Today we’re going to take a look at the Cover-up WoodBack case. This case uses real wood as a centrepiece, providing a classy look and feel to your phone. We’re looking at the White Ash version for the iPhone 6 Plus, but you can get the same design with different woods and for different iPhone and Android phones too. Let’s get started!
Vorsprung durch Technik – advancement through technology. That’s the motto of Audi, but the phrase works equally well for a small company called Tech21. This case-making firm produced the two iPhone 6 Plus cases that we’re looking at today, promising excellent protection through the use of advanced materials. Let’s see whether these cases live up to that promise.
Last month, Nodus Collection contacted me on Twitter with this cool video showing off the micro-suction capabilities of their premium Access Case for the iPhone 6 Plus. A few short weeks later, and I’ve got an Access Case of my very own to review. Here are my impressions!