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post #21 of 36
The case looks awesome! But if it's really $2,600 good lord.

I've seen some expensive cases but this took it to the next level, this costs over 2x the cost of Murderbox MKII (which isn't mechanical, I know).

I wonder who their target audience is? To invest $2000+ on a PC case is quite a large amount.

It's a really awesome case though.
post #22 of 36
Limited production showpiece cases are expensive? Who would have guessed!?
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I think it's aimed more at PC stores and hardware vendors to show off their stuff in it.
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Which other case out there has a motorized mechanism for opening? If you can't afford it, don't buy it. No need to bash label people who buy it as, "spoiled rich kids," just because they want something. Who knows, some guy who lived in orphanages that founded and sold a tech company for $400M might really want to buy this case.

You really think they wouldn't price this case at that level if they didn't believe someone would pay for it? Kids cried about how the pricing on the original Titan was too high, yet it sold out within minutes.

I haven't the foggiest idea how you extrapolated me saying its a "spoiled rich kid toy" (and since when is that offensive to begin with? Who doesn't want to be a spoiled rich kid?) into me saying "I'm too poor to afford it so I don't like it"
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If I could afford this I would but it. That silver one looks bad ass.
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I haven't the foggiest idea how you extrapolated me saying its a "spoiled rich kid toy" (and since when is that offensive to begin with? Who doesn't want to be a spoiled rich kid?) into me saying "I'm too poor to afford it so I don't like it"

Why even characterize it as, "a spoiled rich kid toy," in the first place? Do you think Vega fits this description? His most recent log indicates he is planning on using this case. The case is also bare and would require a moderate amount of PC assembly knowledge just to build a system in it--hardly something that's just a plaything for someone to purchase on a whim.

The facts are it is a limited run, has a functionality that no other case on the market has, and is priced at a level that ensures only those with enough desire for the case will purchase it. You seem to be an adult with a decent amount of money to spend on this hobby, so I would have expected you to be above childish generalizations.
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Why even characterize it as, "a spoiled rich kid toy," in the first place? Do you think Vega fits this description? His most recent log indicates he is planning on using this case. The case is also bare and would require a moderate amount of PC assembly knowledge just to build a system in it--hardly something that's just a plaything for someone to purchase on a whim.

The facts are it is a limited run, has a functionality that no other case on the market has, and is priced at a level that ensures only those with enough desire for the case will purchase it. You seem to be an adult with a decent amount of money to spend on this hobby, so I would have expected you to be above childish generalizations.

My word, I don't even know what to make of you.

I'm sorry my personal opinion about the aesthetics of a PC case differ from your own. I was unaware it would cut you to the core of your being. If you go back and re-read what posted, I stated I was only talking for myself and that I am looking forward to seeing some builds done with this case, but I suppose that didn't fit your agenda.

At any rate I don't intend to bog down this thread any more so onto the ignore list you go. Bye, bye now wave2.gif



Anyway back on topic: Seems like the "ROG Certified" is just the LED's and paint job, or am I missing something
post #28 of 36
I think it's awesome and if I had that kind of money I'd be all over it. I'd probably wear the motor and servo's out in the first two weeks opening and closing it. I went to In Win's webpage to get more information and saw the Tou and S- Frame models and now I'm ready to shelve my currents cases and go all in on one or both of those.
post #29 of 36
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My word, I don't even know what to make of you... At any rate I don't intend to bog down this thread any more so onto the ignore list you go. Bye, bye now wave2.gif



Anyway back on topic: Seems like the "ROG Certified" is just the LED's and paint job, or am I missing something

Womp womp

Run away instead of addressing the issue. Can't wait for this thing to come out. I just need to figure out which build to replace the case with this.
post #30 of 36
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I think it's awesome and if I had that kind of money I'd be all over it. I'd probably wear the motor and servo's out in the first two weeks opening and closing it. I went to In Win's webpage to get more information and saw the Tou and S- Frame models and now I'm ready to shelve my currents cases and go all in on one or both of those.

We are currently out of the Tou, but you can still purchase the Gold S-Frame.
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