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Shogun is a roomy mid-tower - PCSTATS.com Shogun is a roomy mid-tower
Tue, Aug 08 2017 | 3:33PM | Filed under: Cases| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

The Shogun is a roomy mid-tower with a design that stands out thanks to the glass sides and aluminum top and bottom panels. At $149 it is certainly playing in the premium enclosure space, and while more tempered glass options are available at lower prices than ever, the Shogun - which not only has the thickest glass I've encountered on a case so far - offers enough of a premium experience to help justify the price tag. The Shogun is very well made, thoughtfully designed, and the result is a great looking build without a lot of effort. It is very large for a mid-tower, though EATX support explains some of the bulk. In all, an excellent choice if you need a larger case and are seeking a tempered-glass option."

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