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Zalman ZM-T4 Case is Super Affordable

Zalman has announced its new ZM-T4 enclosure, which while perhaps appearing like an ordinary mid-tower enclosure, it is actually less -- it is cheap!

The case supports either Micro-ATX or smaller motherboards and can house up to two 3.5" drives, three 2.5" drives, as well as a single optical drive.

The case's cooling is taken care of by a single front-mounted 120 mm fan, two side-mounted 120 mm fans, as well as another single rear-mounted 92 mm fan. Front I/O connectivity is handled by a single USB 2.0 port as well as a single USB 3.0 port, as well as HD audio connectivity.

Now for the scariest part. Prepare yourselves... The case features an MSRP of just €15.99, which, even if translated to U.S. dollars, is only $21.50.

Niels Broekhuijsen

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • seller417
    looks nice, looking forward to a review
  • AMD Radeon
    now i have a new favourite case for budget builders :D
  • 016ive
    It looks good-too good for the price- and I assume it will be excellent for HTPC Build :)
  • John Bauer
    Did they glue it together?
  • nukemaster
    They have a ATX tower that is similar. I like the idea of a case not having to be so deep(they move the drives so that you can still install longer video cards).

    Funny I was looking at the atx one ZM-T2(but it has 2 x 120mm top fans. nice touch) because of how much less deep it is and saying they need a matx one :)
  • UltimateDeep
    Can it fit a Corsair H70 in Push Pull?
  • nukemaster
    No. It only has a 92mm fan on the back. If you placed it on the front(if it fit) it would eat up your video card space.

    The side seems to be able to take something, but who wants the rad on the side panel.
  • eodeo
    Thats scary impressive!
  • lunyone
    Make it $30 standard price and $20 on sale and you might have a winner! Assuming the build quality is okay.
  • qlum
    Having used the T1 in 4 builds at work I can tell you the build quality is going to be pretty solid for its price, Maybe this is why the availability of the T1 and T2 (shitty glossy T1) is dwindling.