AZZA Fusion 3000 Reviewformerstaff -
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AZZA has not traditionally been on my short list of considerations when it comes to enclosing my prized hardware, since the company started manufacturing non-OEM computer cases in 2009. One of their latest creations landed on my doorstep the other day in the form of a Fusion 3000 full tower case and it appears to be a bit of a different direction for them. The palindrome named company that donates 50% of its net profits to the Vision One charity is out to get your enthusiast case business. So have a look with me at what they are up to with the Fusion 3000.
For the second time in as many weeks, a rather beaten and beleaguered box was dropped on my doorstep. As a matter of fact the top of the box was already 'pre-opened' for my convenience. The front and sides are duplicates of each other, so I will forgo pics on those. Other than a large color picture of the side view of the case on the front and hard specs on the sides, AZZA does not really use the packaging to try and sell you on the design or features of the Fusion 3000 by pointing out each feature and an accompanying dissertation of why it's superior to the competition.
Unpacking the Fusion is an uneventful affair. It is packaged on its back and the first thing I am met with is a smaller box that contains the two base parts with the owners manual. The case is shipped with form fitting cardboard clad Styrofoam on either end.
Okay, enough of the box. Lets see what AZZA has to offer with this louvered full tower.