Sharkoon reveals the Mask mid-tower

Posted on Wednesday, Dec 18 2013 @ 19:41 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sharkoon presents the 49.99EUR Mask case:
Sharkoon expands its range of PC cases and introduces with the Mask a spacious PC case in a reduced, timeless design. The front has an aluminum-optic finish. The discreet appearance is further enhanced by a front door, behind which the installed drives are hidden.

The dimensions of the case are 490 x 210 x 450 mm (L x W x H). Thus, tower coolers with a height of up to 170 mm are supported. Thanks to its modular hard drive management, graphics cards with a length of up to 415 mm can be installed. Order is provided through the sophisticated cable management system. This not only improves airflow throughout the 6 kg case, but also ensures that internal cabling to the components remains inconspicuous. Preinstalled are, behind the discreetly designed front air intake, two 120 mm low-noise fans with dust filters. Another 120 mm low-noise fan is preinstalled on the back. A power supply can be mounted decoupled on the bottom of the case, present is also a dust filter. Furthermore, it comes with an installation opening for CPU coolers as well as openings for water cooling systems.

Behind two panels on the top of the bezel hides two USB 2.0 as well as two USB 3.0 ports, which can also be optionally operated in USB 2.0 mode. Headsets or speakers can connect easily via the existing audio ports. The Masks also offers two 5.25" drive bays for the screwless installation of optical drives. The panels can be removed comfortably through the click system. Up to three 3.5" hard drives as well as four 2.5" hard drives/SSDs can be mounted without screws using the rack system, with rails included in delivery. An additional 2.5" SSD/hard drive can be bolted to the bottom of the case, if necessary. For installing card readers or other devices in 3.5" format, an appropriate slot is also available.
Sharkoon Mask

Sharkoon Mask



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