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Tgbuzz.com: 5 Stars

CUBE by Tgbuzz.com : May 2013


"When it comes to an iPad or Tablet stand, there is only so much that can actually impress a consumer.  Cooler Master was definitely able to make the Cube a noteworthy tablet stand not only because of its high build quality and performance but also because of how it looks."

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Themodzoo.com: 5 out of 5 Bananas

N200 by Themodzoo.com : May 2013


"The whole case is an empty canvas begging for customization. From adding a window to the side panel to making a custom front panel fan intakes. This is the perfect case for the beginner modder. You can easily add some good looking case feet to add some nice touch to the case. The top panel is a perfect candidate to add a 140mm fan grill or modded to put in a 240mm mount to install 120mm fans in the top. Since this a very simplistic design taking the case apart for painting will be very easy. I can see this case with a nice big window, a custom loop with a 240mm radiator in the front a 120mm radiator in the rear with some simple contrasting colors. Black and Red come to mind when I look at this case."

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Hitechlegion.com: Gold

N200 by Hitechlegion.com : May 2013


"Overall, Cooler Master’s N200 packs plenty of surprises for a budget mini-tower solution.  It is even smaller than most mini-towers yet it is perfectly designed to handle enthusiast-class components while providing plenty of room for four SSD and even three 3.5” HDDs. Priced at $49.99, the Cooler Master N200 will undoubtedly be popular among LAN gamers as well as enthusiasts looking to free up some space in their office. "

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3dgameman: GREAT

N200 by 3dgameman.com : May 2013


"The Cooler Master N200 Case has amazing potential and major bang for the buck. It comes with two 120mm fans and more can be installed, fan filters, ample drive bays, fits mATX & mITX motherboards, water cooling friendly, USB3, is lightweight, looks great and affordable."

 



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Pureoverclock: Editors Choice

CM Storm Skorpion by Pureoverclock.com : May 2013


"The Skorpion bungee does a great job at keeping the mouse cord from hanging up on the edge of my desk. The bungee is heavy enough that it doesn’t slide around on you and the rubbery feet help keep it planted. The design of the Skorpion is very unique as well. CM Storm decided to give it an edgy gamer styling and it looks great."

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Pureoverclock.com: Good Hardware

CM Storm Control-RX by Pureoverclock.com : May 2013


"The Control-RX is one heck of a mouse pad to say the least. It’s HUGE, it’s thick, it’s comfortable and it works great. The polyurethane coating on the base kept it always firmly planted to my desk. It never once felt like it wanted to slide around like most mouse pads do. The micro-weave of the Lycra top worked well with the Recon mouse’s lowest DPI setting."

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Ninjalane.com: Furious 5 of 5

N200 by ninjalane.com : May 2013


"The Cooler Master N200 is different in that it takes a simple industrial design and makes it usable by a vast majority of system builders.  Granted you'll have to resort to a MicroATX motherboard but with the money you'll save you can add a dual fan watercooler and some fancy dual GPU gaming video card.  Both will fit with minimal effort and maximum results."

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Techgage: Editors Choice

CM Storm QuickFire Rapid (Green Switch) by Techgage.com : May 2013


"The QuickFire Rapid with Cherry MX Green switches has an MSRP of $99.99. I think this is a fair price for a truly high-quality keyboard. There are gaming keyboards out there that cost more, yet will never approach the QF Rapid in terms of build quality. There’s also some value to having a keyboard equipped with the rare Cherry MX Green switches. It’s a bit like owning an objet d’art, a conversation piece: Not everyone has one, and it’s a point of pride amongst the number of people who do own one because of it.

But to classify this keyboard equipped with this type of mechanical key switch as a mere trophy is to sell it far too short since it is a superior performer at the job it’s supposed to do. It’s a touch typist’s keyboard, for sure. And it’s more than adequate for gamers as well (just as long as you accept that it doesn’t do macros out of the box, since it doesn’t come with a dedicated software package as some of its market competitors do)."



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HardwareSecrets: Golden Award

N200 by hardwaresecrets.com : May 2013


"The Cooler Master N200 provides an excellent value for the user who wants to build a small yet powerful computer based on a microATX or Mini-ITX motherboard."

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Lanoc.org: Recommended

N200 by lanoc.org : May 2013


"Its design as a small form factor case with room for water cooling is brilliantly executed. The additional space for the water cooling reservoir was magically syphoned from areas that I wouldn’t have expected, but the non-water cooling design was not overlooked either. With room for five 120mm fans it can also be an efficiently air cooled system. Its lightweight design makes it easy to maneuver during both installation and relocation (LAN Box anyone?). Lastly, priced at only $49.99 the case is incredibly affordable."

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