Xilence, a specialist in cooling, power supply and noise reduction for PCs and laptops, is proud to introduce the Coronet, a case for gamers and normal users. Calling this a mid-range case only makes sense if you compare it to the Dodge Coronet, the namesake of the latest design by Xilence.
The Coronet case's purchase price of €59.90 (recommended retail price), as well as its size (445mm x 200mm x 430mm (depth x width x height)) place it squarely midfield, but the design incorporates high-end technologies borrowed from Xilence's top-of-the-line Interceptor Pro. We incorporated the SSD Hot Swap inserts developed for the Interceptor Pro, which allow SSDs and 2.5" hard drives to be connected to the system during operation. All drives (internal and external) can be mounted without the use of tools, while smart cable management guarantees that the case's acrylic side window will always look onto a tidy system. This is also the case when using a water cooling system, for which numerous hose routes are provided.
For those using conventional air cooling, up to six fans with a diameter of 120mm can be accommodated. One fan is already integrated into the front. As an option, a 120mm, 90mm or 80mm variant can be placed in the back. Two additional fans can be accommodated in the case cover, one in the side, and one at the bottom. In addition to the two SSDs, it is possible to integrate five 3.5" drives as well as four 5.25" drives, making the Coronet a real storage prodigy.
The Xilence Coronet is available now in stores for €59.90.
More information at: http://cases.xilence.net