Pretty simple, huh?
As I stated from the beginning, this device is for appeal and has very limited functionality, but again, that isn't really a bad thing. While you do have the ability to control a single fan, the looks are what it is all about. Case designs and personalized modifications are becoming very popular. After all, who wants to have a system that looks just like their buddy's new rig?
That is where the Musketeer shines. It offers a unique look that gives you the opportunity to be different from your peers. And at US$34, it isn't all that extravagant a purchase. It might be a little pricey for some, but overall it isn't a huge amount to spend to have a good looking rig.
Sure it doesn't do a lot, but it looks really cool!
Bottom line...If you're looking for a new look for an aging case front, then take a look at this Musketeer. It's all about the looks!
Analog dial displays are appealing to the eye
Allows control of a single fan
Back lighting is not overdone
Little pricey for some
Rating - 9/10
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