SAMA delivers innovative computer case

A not so well known Chinese company under the name of SAMA has come up with a really good and innovative case. The so called Nighthawk 2 mid-tower case will bring its owner a bunch of features and aesthetic looks that can only be seen in much more expensive cases.

Costing just around 48 USD, the SAMA Nighthawk 2 surprises with its cooling setup. Where cases in this price range are lucky to have a rear exhaust and / or front intake fan, The Nighthawk 2 features a 120 mm red LED-lit front intake, a 120 mm situated between the 3.5-inch drive cage and motherboard tray, a 120 mm fan at the rear as well as two 120 mm fans positioned up top.

On the inside the case is all black, while the side panel sports a red acrylic window and protrudes slightly outward. Measuring 450 x 200 x 420 mm the case is made of ABS and steel. Up front you can also see four USB 2.0 ports and audio jacks. One missing feature is support for USB 3.0 but this is hardly possible at this price.

SAMA Nighthawk 2 case

Large enough for 300 mm graphics cards the Nighthawk 2 case can also become the home of four 5.25-inch devices and six 3.5-inch devices using a tool free mounting system.

With all these features and a pretty low price the new SAMA Nighthawk 2 PC case is easily a great choice for a budget system.


Source: VR-Zone

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