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Thermaltake's new SwordM full-tower enclosure - Thermaltake's new SwordM full-tower enclosure
Thu, March 27 2008 | 1:58AM | PermaLink Feedback?
We've said from the start that the SwordM is a large, full tower enclosure so I do not consider that a weakness and yes it is expensive. My main concerns are with the basic features that seemed to have been forgotten; like only three internal 3.5" HDD bays, no external 3.5" bay, and no dust filters on the air intakes. For a case of this size and in this price range I expect a lot more room for mounting HDDs (and with vibration isolation please) and easy to remove intake air dust filters should be standard."
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