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Some interesting pictures have just come through of some new products on the horizon from our friends over at BitFenix. Two new cases, a new fan series, an electronic fan controller and some custom edition Shinobis.


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A white shinobi!!
post #2 of 25
hmmmmm...that black and white shinobi looks tasty....
post #3 of 25
I hope those black rod things in the packaging off to the right are for replacing that blue. My favorite color is blue but that is just out of place...
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Darn it, why can't anyone make a nice mATX case?
   
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the fan controller looks good wonder how how many watts it is per channel.
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Darn it, why can't anyone make a nice mATX case?
Agreed, it's either go big or go home. Right now we can only hope or build a nice mATX case ourselves.


I like BitFenix, a company that actually listens to their customers and see, it doesn't hurt them.
    
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If only they would spend some money on their HD mounts and had a full complement of removable filters...[I know this isn't an issue for the Shinobi as the HDs just screw in] Their European PR guy really seems to care about and believe in their products, makes a nice change from the bimbos CM use for the North American market!
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Their logo looks like Fred Perry...
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Originally Posted by Aeru View Post
Agreed, it's either go big or go home. Right now we can only hope or build a nice mATX case ourselves.


I like BitFenix, a company that actually listens to their customers and see, it doesn't hurt them.
Mainly because the majority people have full ATX cases. This company is truly amazing, though. I sent them an email about a colossus w/ a window and about a month later they released one
post #10 of 25
I like the shinobi case it's quite tidy bar the blue stripes, but I won't touch their spectre led fans.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 6/3/11 at 7:25pm
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