Reviews Of X-Dreamer II

Reviewed Date: 11/10/2003
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APEVIA X-Dreamer II Metal Case w/ Side Window-Beige


X-Dreamer II
fastlanehw A recent, growing trend has been the "premodded" case. They come in a variety of colors, and often have LED fans or interesting knobs/gauges built in, not to mention tons of room for fans, and usually are inexpensive since the internal structure is based around an existing design. Today we'll be taking a look at Aspire's X-Dreamer II case. The X-Dreamer II comes in a variety of colors (we have the Blue one with us today), has 6 LEDs in the front, and a cool temp sensor right next to the power/reset buttons. It also goes for about $80 with a PSU, and while not cheap compared to some other cases, it isn't as expensive as some cases which may cost up to $200 without a PSU.
Reviewed Date: 10/4/2003
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APEVIA X-Dreamer II Metal Case w/ Side Window-Beige


X-Dreamer II

overclockercafe Anyone who has read my reviews kn1ows that I'm a sucker for some good solid bargain stuff. A few months back I had the chance to review a case made by AspireUSA as one of their line of budget cases, the X-Dreamer. Today I'm back with the sequel to that particular case, the X-Dreamer II. As we all know, sequels for the most part do not live up to the original (at least in the world of movies anyway). So today we're going to check and see if the X-Dreamer can break the mold and what they've added to an already kick butt bargain case.