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Thursday, 03 September 2009 12:13

NZXT shows its Lexa S mid-tower case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Quite affordable


NZXT has announced its newest mid-tower case, the Lexa S. According to the press release, Lexa S has been born as a promise to games for a solution under US $70 without any compromise.

Lexa S is a quite neat looking mid-tower case that should, at least according to specs, offer some decent airflow. It can house up to five fans including 120mm on the front, side and exhaust as well as the 140mm one on the top. It even has a fan controller and comes with a smoked clear window on the side.

The rest of the features include "night light" for easy access to the 5.25-inch bays, meshed front panel, SSD bracket for two solid state drives, punched holes in the motherboard tray for wire routing, pre-drilled holes for water-cooling tubes, and side mounted USB, audio and eSATA ports.

The announced US $69.99 price tag means it's a pretty good deal, of course if it is as good as NZXT claims.

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