NZXT Rogue SFF Gaming Case
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 11-26-2007
Provided by: NZXT

NZXT has been building cases targeted for gamers and enthusiasts since 2004. Headquartered in Taiwan, NZXT's company objective is to "provide every gamer with a case that they can identify with." To this end NZXT offers two types of case designs, the more conservative "Classic" series, and the contemporary "Crafted" line. I've reviewed models from both in the past and I must admit that I prefer the look of the Classic cases.

Today NZXT has sent over one of their latest cases, the Rogue. Although they list it with their Crafted series, the smooth clean lines of this SFF case I feel more appropriately fits the Classic series. But the Rogue doesn't exactly match either of their two categories, most of which are populated by mid-tower designs. As this is targeted as a SFF LAN gaming case, a first for NZXT, this really comes as no surprise.

The Rogue is compact and wide, and ships in the box bottom-side-down, unlike most tower variety cases which come with the nose pointed up. To protect it during shipping NZXT has placed soft foam on the top and bottom, although nothing protects the sides except for a sheet of plastic.

Join me as I take a closer look at the NZXT Rogue.

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