NZXT has been very kind to me and kept me in supply of their chassis' over the past year. Thinking back to cases like the Zero2, Beta and Panzerbox, NZXT can make both the usual chassis, as well as thinking outside the box and rearranging a bit of hardware in others. I do remember being impressed with those cases in what they offered as well as the design and concept. Today we are looking at an addition to their Classic series of chassis'.
The Classic series has cases such as the Beta, Lexa and Duet to name a few. Today we are looking at the M59 mid tower, a unique looking addition to the line-up on the outside that boasts a case full of features. On the box alone they claim it to be full of cooling options, wire manageability, and as they put it, "Black". I won't give away too much now; you will have to continue on to see what I mean by those features.
Looking at a few of NZXT's products before, I have yet to be let down with what they offer and for what price. They always seem to be on point in both categories. That being said, I can't see this going too badly. I say let's cross that bridge when we get to it. Time now to get to the meat and potatoes of the M59 and see if this is the future case for you. I have a sneaky suspicion it just might be "that case"!
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