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Aspire X-QPack Case
Author: Sodface
Type: Review
Subject: Aspire X-QPack Case
Article Date: May 15, 2005


Introduction

"Cases have come a long way since the days of the plain beige box." You’ll read a line like that in many of the current case reviews on the net. It’s completely true, of course; windows, colored lighting, front panel temperature displays – these features are common place in modern case designs. The problem for me is that I’ve always been kind of partial to the “plain beige box”. Why I volunteered to review a case that has all of the above, and then some, I don’t know, but, without giving too much away, after working with the Aspire X-QPack case on and off for the last week or so, I’m glad I did.

Aspire Corp. has been in the case and peripherals business since March of 1999. Over the last few years they’ve made a concerted effort to attract a wider audience to their cases, specifically gamers, by moving beyond traditional designs and adding not only cosmetic enhancements but technical improvements as well. Will the X-QPack series of cases convert more gamers over to the Aspire brand? Today we’ll take a closer look at one of these cases and find out what it has to offer – judging by this guy’s expression, we’re in for a hell of a ride.

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