Sigma Unicorn Mid-Tower Case
Author: Rutledge Feman
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 06-04-2008
Provided by: Sigma Products
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Introduction

Most people think of cameras when they hear the name Sigma. Indeed, there are a lot of Sigma companies out there, from biochemical engineering to entertainment technology, each widely known and recognized for its own achievements. One Sigma that you may not have heard of, though, works in the computer chassis and PSU industry. This company, a subsidiary of Raidmax, has been making quite a splash lately, particularly with their budget chassis.


Today we're going to have a look at one of Sigma's newer cases, the Unicorn. The Unicorn is a standard steel mid-tower case, finished in black with red LEDs. Of course, we all want our case to turn heads in one way or another, but are we willing to sink low enough to name our case the Unicorn? Specifications, from the Sigma website, are:

Bays:
    5 x 5.25"
    2 x 3.50"
Internal Drive Bays:
    3 x 3.5"
System Board:
    ATX Form Factor
    MICRO ATX
    10" x 12" MAX
Expansion slots:
    Standard ATX 7 slots
    PCIExpress/AGP/PCI
Fan Capacity:
    1. 2x 120mm, 1x 80mm
    2. 1x80mm Red LED, 1x120mm
USB:
    2X USB 2.0
FIREWIRE:
    No
AUDIO:
    Yes

The Unicorn does have a few interesting ideas here, similar to the Raidmax Aztec that we reviewed last December, but how well can Sigma execute their plans? Continue on as we find out if the look and quality of this case make up for its name.


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