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NZXT Duet Case

robgs    -   May 24, 2007
Category: Cases
American Future Technology
Price: $80.00 US


Introduction:

A computer that is as simple to use as a television set?  Just press the “power” button on the remote control and your system is instantly on and ready to use?  Not quite, but with so many technological advancements happening every day, this type of system is not very far away.  As software and hardware companies continue to push the home PC into the living room of the modern home, it is natural to see computer components that resemble stereo equipment.  The Duet is a computer case manufactured by NZXT that has been designed to be used in a home entertainment computer build.  This case is very small in comparison to a gaming case and as such is designed to pack more into a smaller space.  As with many other cases made by NZXT, the Duet is very eye catching and stylized to complement an entertainment system or to keep your desk or home office looking up to date.

NZXT is a company based in Taiwan that tries to keep its finger on the pulse of the gaming community.  It produces many different styles of computer cases among other computer related components like power supplies and a temperature display.  Established in 2004, NZXT has quickly become a major contender in today’s computer enclosure market.

 

Closer Look:

Looking beyond the shipping wear and tear, the Duet’s packaging is quite attractive. The product is displayed clearly and simply on the front of the box while the back and side displays the features of the case.

 

 

The product is packaged very well to minimize any damage that may occur during shipping. You can see that even though the box is in rough shape, the case appears to be unharmed. The case is constructed from thin gauge steel for the chassis, and a combination of glossy plastic with brushed aluminum doors on the front bezel.

 

 





  1. Introduction and Closer Look
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  3. Installation
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  5. Specifications and Features
  6. Testing
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