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Too bad the 800D have fugly side window panel.
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Graphite and obsidian had a baby
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That's not what I'm saying, I'm saying the 199.99 price tag is a little ridiculous compared to the full (well, the 7/800D's aren't full towers...more like ginormous hernia-inducing towers) towers that are at the same price.

Should be set at 150-160, imo.
I guess they are quotting retail price so it's more likely to be around $180 on the street. I think it's still a little pricey as it's coming into Lian Li territory with the design as well. Those emergency door laches on the side kind of ruin the clean look set by the rest of the obsidian series cases.

The 600T SE doesn't look bad, reminds me of oreos and milk lol. Maybe a little to much of an an even mix between black and white.

And the speakers don't seem to perform that bad compared to other 2.1 sets, but at that price range there are more options available that are not necessarily computer specific speakers.
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post #24 of 26
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I'm not one to balk at prices on products, usually, but 200 for a mid-tower that's not all aluminum? The 700D can be had for 179, and I bought my 800D from the egg for 199.99 with free shipping.

This is a fail on Corsair's part.
Where are you buying a 700d??? Looks just as expensive as the 800d!!

CORRECTION: It's MOAR expensive than the 800d!!! ***, I thought this case was cheap?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...39002&Tpk=700d
    
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I guess they are quotting retail price so it's more likely to be around $180 on the street. I think it's still a little pricey as it's coming into Lian Li territory with the design as well. Those emergency door laches on the side kind of ruin the clean look set by the rest of the obsidian series cases.

The 600T SE doesn't look bad, reminds me of oreos and milk lol. Maybe a little to much of an an even mix between black and white.

And the speakers don't seem to perform that bad compared to other 2.1 sets, but at that price range there are more options available that are not necessarily computer specific speakers.
I agree. I think they did the Stormtrooper paint scheme to compete with the NZXT Phantom. And as far as speakers go, I guess they're kind of cheap considering the amount you could pay for audiophile speakers.

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Where are you buying a 700d??? Looks just as expensive as the 800d!!

CORRECTION: It's MOAR expensive than the 800d!!! ***, I thought this case was cheap?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...39002&Tpk=700d
Heh, I dunno what's up with that. I bought my 800D back in October I think. Got it from newegg for 199.99 and free shipping. I've seen Microcenter sell the 700D for 179.99 WITH an additional windowed side panel for free.

Hmmm, MC currently has the 700D for 279.99 right now. Wonder what's up with that... probably since they were announcing the 650D/T/whatever, they've hyped the prices back up.
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Too bad the 800D have fugly side window panel.
All a matter of opinion. I think it's dead sexy.
    
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