Deepcool Pangu mid-tower revealed

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 24 2013 @ 13:38 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Deepcool reveals the Pangu, a new mid-tower ATX case that distinguishes itself with two blue highlights on the sides of the front panel. Pangu is made primarily from SECC steel and ABS plastic, and is a bit wider than most ATX cases because there's 2 centimeters of space between the motherboard tray and the right panel to make cable management easier.
Inside is room for three 5.25" devices and there are two cages that house a total of six 2.5/3.5" storage devices. Other than that, there's room for two 120mm fans in the front, or even a 120mm x 240mm radiator if you take out the two drive cages. Other than that, the case's features appear to be in-line with most case offerings these days. Pricing and availability is unknown.
Add to that the perforated steel panels covering the front and top vents (both detachable without need for tools), and you have everything needed to make sure no hot air can find a place to hide. Of course, the 120 mm bottom intake and the 120 mm rear exhaust fans will help with that too. Other things worth noting are the cutouts for CPU cooler and cable management (on the motherboard tray), and the front panel with two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports. HD audio and mic jacks are available there as well. Finally, the expansion slot covers and drive cages we have mentioned before are tool-less as well. DeepCool really pulled all the ease-of-use stops on this one.
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