We have previously reviewed the ATX Define C which was closely followed by the Meshify C with its heavily ventilated front panel. After that Fractal launched the E-ATX Define R6and then the mATX Meshify C Mini. The most recent move was the launch of Define S2 which is effectively a Define R6 that is supplied with the interior in open mode that is ready for loads of liquid cooling.
The Meshify S2 we are reviewing here takes elements of those previous cases and slaps a Meshify front panel on the Define S2. In other words we have seen all these elements before, although this particular combination of parts and features is new.
If you think of the Meshify S2 as a larger version of Meshify C you will get confused, however if you approach this case as a Define S2 with a Meshify front panel then everything will become clear.