AeroCool XPredator X3 Devil Red Edition Midi Tower
Feb 16,2015 0 Comments
AeroCool XPredator X3 Devil Red Edition Midi Tower. It seems that although the most popular PC cases nowadays are mITX and mATX compatible ones there’s still a large crowd out there that prefers midi and full towers and thus as expected manufacturers are doing their best to please them too. Now i can’t say that I’ve seen many midi towers lately which I’d like to own myself either because they look very plain and/or they lack the features I’d like them to have but the bottom line is that there’s nothing new and exciting in the midi tower market as we speak. Well almost nothing to be precise (and fair) since the leading manufacturers may not be focusing in the midi tower market right now (mITX/mATX models seem to be their top priority) but others seem to be doing exactly that and AeroCool is amongst them although the XPredator X3 Devil Red Edition midi tower which we have here with us today is not really one of their latest models.
AeroCool Advanced Technologies (AAT) was founded in 2001. At the earlier stage of operation we were committed to share our technical expertise and innovative design in providing total-solution for thermal management in industrial and personal computers. Aerocool is one of the market leaders in the “Gaming Market”. Our strong brand and product image are well received by gamers and enthusiasts world-wide. We offer a full line of performance products including gaming cases, gaming PSUs, gaming mouse, gaming headsets, gaming keyboard, gaming headsets, Multi-functional panels and fans. Aerocool will continue to innovate and deliver the best user experience to gamers world-wide.
Many of you know that i love the black/red color combination but that aside the XPredator X3 Devil Red Edition also looks very nice and is one of the largest midi towers we’ve ever gotten our hands on (it did take a while however since they released it in late 2013). For me at least that’s not a bad thing especially since AeroCool had the room to equip it with a hot-swap 2.5″ slot, three 5.25″ optical drive bays, eight 3.5/2.5″ HDD trays, room for up to 9 fans and/or two 240/280mm radiators, dual fan controls and 8 PCI expansion slots. Of course I’d still like it more had AeroCool designed the Xpredator X3 Devil Red Edition as a full tower since that would mean even more space but this features list is not bad at all (certainly much better compared to what most midi towers offer currently). To see however is to believe so let’s take a close look and see what AeroCool has brought to the table with their Xpredator X3 Devil Red Edition midi tower.
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