TweakTown had a meeting with BitFenix
and got to see the company's upcoming Shinobi, which is BitFenix's first try at a mid-range case.
The Shinobi and Shinobi Window will hit retail stores next month for $59 and $69, respectively. The Window edition features a side window as well as a tool-free design for the HDDs and optical drives.
Shinobi is the name and there are two versions: the standard Shinobi coming in at $59 USD and the Shinobi Window coming in at $69 USD. You would be mistaken in thinking that the only difference between the two is that one has a side window and the other one doesn't. While that is partly true, the window version is actually more expensive since it also includes a well designed tool-free design for the hard drives and optical drives.
These cases are made of a nice soft rubbery material that is easy on the eye and feels great. The design is simple with no fancy lights or anything like that, but still manages to maintain a good level of style. Internally most of the important chassis design points can be ticked off with good color coding, impressive cable management, a CPU cut out for easily changing coolers without the need of having to remove the motherboard and more.