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Logisys Special Edition Dracula Case

Manufacturer: Logisys       
Supplied by: Logisys
Street Price: $70

by Dean Barker (11/25/2004)

 

Introduction

The retail manufacturing sector has obviously figured out that custom cases and unique designs are the hot ticket right now.  Numerous companies are putting out products to compete in what is no longer a niche market.  Logisys entered this arena with their Dracula case, originally offered in monotone Black, Red and Silver.  Logisys has since expanded this offering further with a Special Edition Blue/Silver unit.  Today, we have a chance to take a look at this popular case that has become wildly popular in the past few months.  Without further ado, let's jump right in.

Specifications

  • Observed Dimensions: 495 x 203 x 432mm w/o handle (476mm with handle)

  • Weight: 6.8kg

  • Construction: Steel with molded plastic

  • Drive Bays:  (4) exposed 5.25”, (2) exposed 3.5”, (4) hidden 3.5”

  • Expansion slots:  (7)

  • M/B Type: Standard and Micro ATX mainboard

  • Windowed

  • Power Supply:  Not included

  • Front mounted USB 2.0 (x2) with mic and speaker out jack

  • Cooling: Side mounted 80mm intake and rear 120mm exhaust fan

  • Colors available: Blue/Silver for Special Edition Dracula; Solid Red, Black, Silver for regular Dracula

The Box

The Special Edition Dracula is blue with chrome colored molding effects in addition to a top mounted case handle.  The standard version of the Dracula has color coded molding and does not include a handle.  (The handle is not shown in the pic immediately below as it was an included item that required installation.) 


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