CES 2013 - Starting off with the new gaming flagship chassis from Zalman, the MS800 Plus should suit most people's needs. This chassis offering things like removable covers on the front covers that can be done from the outside, fan controller, and a great mix of style and feature set.
Moving into Mid-tower chassis design, Zalman offers the Z12 Plus. This resembles the larger MS800, but still has a front finish all of its own. Again you have the option of a windowed side panel, dust filters, and a similar layout, but the fan controls on this smaller chassis have been changed to slider switch.
The last chassis I want to discuss is a complete departure from the first two cases. The Z11 is much more aggressive externally, and while chunky and wide-bodied, all of the angles, bump outs and the extended window all have an intended purpose. He sides are extended t allow air flow to pass the HDD rack and allowing the fans at the front t produce good results even if all of the bays are full. As for the extended side window, it not only matches the rest of the design, but offers an additional 20mm of spacing to allow for much tower coolers to reside inside.
If you like sleek and sexy, or enjoy the chunkier and super aggressive styling, Zalman is trying to make sure that you have exactly what you desire in feature set, styling, and personal taste without having to compromise!
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