Summary: They do have a version with USB 3.0. I will not buy another brand of case unless you put a gun to my head. I've built about 6 PCs with NZXT cases and I love them. NOTE: I've even bought refurb versions and they look and feel brand new.
Pros: - Solid. - Inexpensive when found on sale - Looks great. There aren't many shortcuts taken by the manufacturer.
Cons: - The 210 comes with USB 2.0 front ports. If that's not a big deal to you then not really a con.
Summary: Recommended, especially at this price range.
Pros: I wanted a windowless case with plenty of features and good build quality, without paying for alot of extra junk I didn't want or need. This is exactly what I wanted. - White and black theme looks sharp. Makes up for the fact its a budget case. - Excellent build quality for the price range. Extre...
Cons: - No way to mount a 2.5" SSD. It would be nice to have a mount on the back of the motherboard tray. - Motherboard tray is not removable, but can be if you drill out the rivets and replace with bolts. I did not do this, as metal shavings and electronics are a horrible combination.
Summary: Very surprised how well build this is. There is no give at all... no flimsy metal. The hard disk busy and power button leds in the front buttons are white, and make the front look super clean, yet not overpoweringly bright in a dark room.
Pros: -Sturdy -Sleek -Cheap!
Cons: -No fan filters come with the case, though there are slots (on the bottom) to add them yourself
Summary: It would be nice if the hdd bays where in the case sideway. Being inline block access to the sata port on the board, but it's not a big deal. It's not even a problem if your not stuffing it full of drives like me.
Pros: holds all the harddrives I need for my openmediavault NAS build cheap good looking simple design
Summary: - Recommended for people who want a great, light, case at great price. - 80% of a Lian-Li case at half the price.
Pros: - Aluminum so it is lightweight and easy to carry/handle. - Lots of space for 140mm and 120mm fans. Space for top-mounted liquid cooler (must mount fans on top). - Well thought out design. Many air/liquid cooling options, good cable management, weight, space.
Cons: - Has holes for tubes for rear-mounted liquid cooler, but must be able to detach hoses to use them (NOT for integrated rear coolers). Supports top-mounted (integrated) liquid cooler if you mount fans on top of case. - Bottom was slightly bent. Did not interfere with mounting power supply (fully f...
Summary: Used this case for a budget build for a recent customer of mine and I was actually surprised at how sturdy and solid this case is. I was thinking for 45 bucks that this would be flimsy and need to be replaced in 1-2 years. I am quite happy to be wrong. It was built very well and has room more fans.
Pros: Light weight Surprisingly sturdy for a 45 dollar case
Cons: No PSU cover to hide some of the wires No rubber grommets around the holes on the inside so wires are rubbing on sharp edges
Summary: Theres always that one Standoff that refuses to go into the hole without problems.
Pros: Nice spacious case. Lots of cooling options as well. Installed everything with plenty of room. Was able to hide most the wires nicely (Hiding wires with a modular PSU would make this 100x easier.) One of the easiest cases Ive worked with.
Cons: After installing everything i haven't found any cons.
Summary: If you are looking for a no frill looking pc that will sent under a desk or closet, then this is the case you want. I don't use the 5.25" external drives. The server has no need for them. Will put a 3.5 to 5.25 adapter there soon.
Pros: I got this to house my server that runs 24/7, I recently installed another fan in the front & it was easier then other cases. This cases houses everything I have put in it. Granted I don't have a video card. I use the built in apu. It didn't come dented or damaged. Had this case over 2 years.
Cons: Had some trouble doing cable management, but I think that is me. First case I had that has cable management.