Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master CM Storm Scout II
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Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced review
The Guru of 3D
11 April 2013
Summary: Yep - I like it, the Scout 2 Advanced is a fairly affordable gamers chassis that offers a little extra in terms of USB 3.0 support and of course that extra drive bay HDD cage. Other then that, there's not a whole lot different. Then again, the basis of the Scout 2 already is really good.
Very handy of course is the carry around handle, fill up that PC and up-to 30 KG you are good to go as that's what the handle can handle (nice wordplay, eh?).
Excerpt: If you're the sort of chap who likes to pack up his pots and pans and head on over to a nice quiet LAN party for a long weekends peace and relaxation, then you'll be familiar with the hideous chore of lugging your beloved PC from the car to the venue. Too big to tuck under an arm, too heavy to carry in front of you, and like a slippery polished cube just waiting for a moments inattention before it propels itself from your grip like a bar of wet itinerant soap.
Cons: Ik had net de pech dat de Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced van €78 naar €95 was gegaan dat vind ik gewoon veel te duur vergeleken met de prijs daarvoor, dus Azerty alstublieft doe er wat aan voor de andere klanten.