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AZZA Spartan 102 computer case Review

Posted on Wednesday, February 17 2010 @ 12:42:45 CET by

What do you think of when I mention the word 'Spartan'? Now I can't speak for the majority, but that word reminds me of the city-state of Sparta in Ancient Greece. Characterized by their exemplary military power back in 650 BC to 371 BC, the fictionalized retelling of the Battle of Thermopylae also happens to be the topic of the 2007 action film "300" starring Gerald Butler. The movie 300, in a nutshell, is this: a King (Leonidas) leads three hundred Spartans into a battle against the Persians (who were led by Xerxes), whose army numbered over one million soldiers. I think it's safe to say that the Spartans in this regard are viewed as underdogs. At this point, you may be wondering how this relates to our review. Well, today we will be taking a look at the AZZA Spartan 102, a budget (Or otherwise value oriented) mid-tower chassis from AZZA. AZZA is a relatively new player not only in the computer chassis market, but also a newcomer in APH Networks' review line-up. In the past several months, AZZA has made huge strides in the industry, introducing a variety of different cases competing in several different price brackets; ranging from high end products for the hardcore gamer, to budget chassis for casual gamers. The AZZA Spartan 102 is a great example of the latter, which we will be looking at today. Does the Spartan 102, priced at a mere $39.99 MSRP, keep up with the likes of Antec's Three Hundred and the NZXT Beta? Can it do as the Spartans have done, and upset the competition? Or will it be overwhelmed by its stiff and likely more experienced competition? Read on to find out!

Link: APH Networks

AZZA Spartan 102 computer case


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