The Phanteks Enthoo Pro M gets a temper

Subject: General Tech | October 19, 2016 - 03:14 PM |
Tagged: phanteks, matx case, Enthoo Pro M, Enthoo, enclosure, atx case

Sebastian reviewed the Enthoo Pro M back in August, a well received case with a layout similar to an EVOLV ATX or Fractal Design Define S.  Phanteks have recently updated the exterior of the case, replacing the plastic side window and panel with a side panel made completely of tempered glass.  You can see how the upgraded model looks over at Kitguru.  There is also a variant which looks the same as this model, but with an acrylic side panel for those concerned about the price or mistrusting of a glass side panel.

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"The short version of this review is that Phanteks has given its Enthoo Pro M case a minor update and has changed the main side panel for a sheet of tempered glass. The slightly longer version is that Phanteks has revised its superb entry level Pro M case by replacing one of the few weak features, a flexible steel side panel with a so-so plastic window, with a gorgeous panel of tempered glass."

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Source: Kitguru

October 19, 2016 | 08:52 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Awww, and I just got the Pro M Acrylic a couple days ago. Oh well, looks exactly the same. Regardless, its a beautiful case and lets you display all your hardware.

October 20, 2016 | 02:09 PM - Posted by Kwaz

Is this laminated tempered glass? Because tempered glass on its own shatters like crazy

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