Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 25 Apr 2019.
Would be much better if the bottom filter slid out at the front, Like FD Define cases, instead of having to tip the case over.
Sadly, t'ain't the case for my Define Mini: it slides out of the back, which is a definite design flaw. Dunno if that changed in the newer Mini S.
The base O11, I think, is probably the best value for money case out there atm - in terms of build flexibility and quality.
The Razer edition is actually rather tastfully done for once, too.
I didn't know it was different on the Mini.
RGB then go an stick bright green on the front.
Good thinking design team.
"as the lighting is digital there's full control over every LED"
In my ongoing one-man campaign to ensure words have meaning, I'm going to say that's not what digital means. It might actually be the exact opposite of what digital means.
I hear you, but here it's just a term given to the 3-pin addressable RGB malarky that does allow control over individual LEDs - I guess the term digital refers to the fact that each LED usually has a circuit built into it. The likes of Phanteks and Gigabyte refer to them as 'digital' Asus and Cooler Master use 'addressable', some such as Corsair use either or depending on the product and Kolink (see the Phalanx case review that just went live) uses digitally addressable We could look at sticking to addressable in future reviews.
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