Corsair releases new budget-oriented PC case with lots of appeal

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Corsair has released the Carbide 200R PC case – a new budget-oriented offering that combines value with some great features.

The Carbide 200R comes in mid-tower form factor and aims to make PC building easier than ever and quick at the same time. Despite being Corsair’s lowest cost chassis the 200R includes many of the features that make a PC case favored by gamers and consumers alike. The case comes with full SSD compatibility, front panel USB 3.0 ports, intelligent cable routing, tool-free installation and a matt-black interior. The only tool you will ever need when using the Corsair 200R would be a screwdriver – to install the motherboard.

“The Carbide 200R is a great value case that breaks the mold by offering intelligent features, great cooling expandability, elegant looks, and is extremely easy to build,” said Thi La, Senior VP & GM of Memory and Enthusiast Component Products at Corsair. “Too often PC builders on a budget are limited to low quality, poor-performing cases with “extreme” looks. Now they have a clear, refined choice.”

The Carbide 200R eschews the clichéd look of many low-cost “gamer-oriented” chassis and instead offers a clean and elegant aesthetic design that will appeal to gamers, hobbyist PC builders, and professional system integrators alike. And with up to eight fan-mounting locations (two fans included), tool-free support for four 3.5” drives and four 2.5” SSDs, and support for long graphics cards, it can even support high-end PC hardware.

The Corsair 200R is now available worldwide and comes with a 2-year warranty. In the USA the new PC case will cost just USD 59.


Source: Corsair

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