If you are not familiar with the brand name Ikonik, fear not. You will find yourself in the majority. Ikonik is a relatively new company that is gearing a product line and aiming at the enthusiast. While not a huge market segment, we are a very vocal one and our opinions often filter to the more mainstream buying channels.
So enter these new guys with an idea of not only selling a product, but being willing to back it up in the event a problem comes up. That is the business philosophy of Ikonik, and it is one that may very well take them far down the road to a loyal customer base.
So what will we be looking at today? How about a mid-tower enclosure that offers some rather unique features and has a nice sleek look to it? Sound good so far? Then read on as we dig deeper into the Ikonik Zaria A20.
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