Overall, I'll have to say that I'm rather impressed. Sure, there are much better cases out there, but not in a price range anything close to this one. For a retail price of US$69.99, you get an aluminum enclosure that is pre-modified and includes a 420 watt power supply. I've seen other so-called budget cases with no PSU coming in at the same price, so you're already getting a good deal. Now take into consideration the lighting effects already in place, the solid mid-tower size and the LED blazing on the front cover and you have a pretty good deal on your hands.
Of course everything isn't all roses, but again, we're talking about a budget box here. I will, however, jump upon the soapbox again and state that four Molex connectors is simply too few! Even without adding more fans to the front of the case I had to dig up a splitter just to make things work right.
Bottom line...For those looking for a very workable enclosure that goes beyond the drab beige cases of yesterday, there are several options available. But for those who have a budget to consider, there are few alternatives that can match, yet alone beat, this Z-series case. You get a high level of quality along with a power supply and features that make this a value that may be just too good to pass up.
Unique window design
420 watt PSU included
Lighting mods already in place
PSU only has four Molex connectors
Will need to add additional front fans
Rating - 9/10
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