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Monday, 08 October 2012 17:33

Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 computer case reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Bag of tricks does the trick

Nanoxia is launching its first computer case dubbed the Deep Silence 1 and the company is quite excited since this is its first. The marketing campaign has been in full swing for a few months already, but if you haven’t caught a glimpse of it, you should know the hype was justified. We'd like to thank pc-cooling.de for kindly providing us with the testing sample. 

The name Deep Silence 1 suggests Nanoxia plans to follow up with more cases and we're fine with that. It was built with lots of care and follows the latest trends. At the same time, it sports a few unique and interesting features that, if nothing else, are worth taking a look at.

I knew how the Deep Silence 1 looks but didn’t recognize it once it was out of the box. That was my bad though – the case was upside down.

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Jokes aside, the Deep Silence 1 relies on simple design for the uniform look. The name already suggests aiming for silence rather than flashy looks, and the case is as sealed off as possible.

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