In Win Dragon Rider Review

Posted on 2011-05-10 19:42:00 by Thomas De Maesschalck

http://aphnetworks.In European folklore, dragons were always depicted as evil serpentine-like creatures that roamed the lands wreaking havoc towards towns, and selfishly guarding treasure. Of course, a few things have changed, in that modern day dragons became more like huge fire-breathing creatures with horned dinosaur-like features over the less-frightening Germanic mythological dragon whose meaning came from the word "worm". However, I say "Screw European folklore!" To me, it is all about the Chinese mythology of dragons that really hit home. In fact, I am quite impressed by my own rich culture as a CBC (Canadian born Chinese) and I can attest to the fact almost everybody here in the staff team at APH Networks is yelling out "Damn straight!" towards our proud discovery of creating dragons. The Chinese depiction of the dragon is on a whole other avenue, as dragons were divine mythological creatures that brought prosperity and good fortune. So with the usual introductory-tangent-babble said and done, let us make our acquaintance with today's review unit, the computer chassis from In Win called the Dragon Rider. What is a dragon rider? Well, besides being a person that rides dragons, I really have no idea. Nowhere in mythology, whatever the culture, ever had dragon riders (Don't quote me on that though). So in this sense, has In Win forged a dragon rider out of a plastic and steel box? I can tell you this case is bold and beefy and strong and... well, let's just read on./reviews/in_win_dragon_rider

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