The case we are looking at today is the V770 ATX blue and silver coloured case from Verre. Over the years, the way PC cases are made has changed dramatically and today's cases have turned away from just housing your motherboard, components and various drives, to being more fancy with colours, fans, neon lighting and all aluminium constuction. The first thing that you will notice is the blue glow that comes off the front of the case. The V770 comes in two colours - blue and green.
Let's face it; the days of beige boring cases are gone. And if you're anything like me you are more then happy to see those days behind us. Case manufacturers are coming up with more and more inventive ways to attract buyers. Skyhawk is no exception; I would even describe them as a leader in the area of modded cases. In the last few months they have done nothing but evolve the designs and functionality of their cases. The Skyhawk Galaxy, which I will have the pleasure of presenting to you in this review, will hopefully prove my point.
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At Technoyard in the last few months we have reviewed quite a few cases. Most of these cases were high end and were from extremely well known manufacturers such as Lian Li. To add to that, they were very expensive and in a way suited for specific purposes because of the desk space they take up. So in a way one might argue that they were more directed at the high end users and not the standard desktop users who basically make up most of the PC user market. In a practical point of view most of us who use computers are not overclockers and most of us do not use the pc for anything other than sending emails and word processing. This explains the resurgence of the mATX integrated product market and the growing popularity of the so called "Book PC" (Flex ATX Standard). So today we intend to review a case sent to us by Wahoo Computers, which is intended to serve this market the mATX Chilli Pro Computer Case also known as "guise"!