Fractal Design are the kings of stylish PC chassis design and while they may not be to everyone’s taste in terms of looks, you would have to be crazy to deny that their build quality some of the best in the industry. I personally regard their Define XL R2 as one of the greatest PC chassis ever made and it’s with that in mind that I couldn’t wait to see what new products they have to offer at this years Computex.
The Fractal Design Node 304 is nothing new to us, in fact I personally reviewed it earlier this year and loved its minimalistic front panel and high functionality, making it one of the coolest HTPC chassis around. Only when I reviewed it, it was black and it looks at least 2x cooler in white, but that’s just because I think white PC cases look great, while I admit they’re not for everyone.
The new panels have a really nice finish to them and it looks even more expensive than before.
Another touch of cool from Fractal Design comes in their flyers, which feature AR cards, allowing you to view a 3D model of the chassis after you’ve left the booth.
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Image(s) courtesy of eTeknix at Computex