Specifications, Availability and Pricing
The NZXT Zero 2 is an all 1.0mm, steel, full tower chassis construction, with a black plastic front cover. Building off the predecessor, the NZXT Zero, the Zero 2 comes to the market with an all black exterior, versus the aluminum inserts of the Zero. The Zero 2 is an inch longer than the earlier version, stretching the interior room for bigger components. The case comes equipped with three 120mm fans to circulate air throughout the interior. There is room for four additional 120mm fans that can be added to the inside of the case door and also two 80mm fan holes are present, one at the top and one in the bottom. The drive bays are broken up into five 5.25" bays for optical drives, two 3.5" floppy drive bays and six 3.5" bays for hard drives. The rear of this case sports seven expansion slots. This case is solid and weighs in at just over 22 pounds.
The Zero 2 has already been released to the retail market and all the major e-tailers are carrying this case. This makes availability, at this time, a non-issue, as the Zero 2 can be found almost anywhere. One would have to suspect that since I rarely see a NZXT case show up as out of stock, that the same should hold true of the e-tailers stock piles now. So don't worry if this case ends up being for you, you should have no problem getting it to your door, as long as your wallet will allow it.
Speaking of pricing, NZXT made a pact to supply the gaming and enthusiast community with the best case money could buy for under $100. The case can be acquired from Newegg, and spot on the money, it retails for $99.99 USD, but this of course does not include shipping costs. Considering the price tag of the NZXT Zero 2 to be well within the reach of most shoppers, let's get down to brass tacks and see what the Zero 2 has to offer.
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