CoolerMaster Centurion: Conservative Allrounder
The Centurion from CoolerMaster is a case of the old school of design without many innovations or highlights worth mentioning. The steel case has a conspicuously large number of slots for ventilation. Besides air, they also let a lot of dust enter the midi tower. This case does deserve a pat on the back for being entirely without external plastic bits, however.
Classic midi tower in black
Front Sections And Connectors
The front of the Centurion lets in a lot of air so keeping the interior well aerated. A few dust filters wouldn't have been out of place, however, as not only air but other matter finds it way into the case, too. The ports for FireWire, USB and audio are in the lower section of the front side.
The steel case weighs 22 lbs (10 kg)
Front ports for USB, FireWire and audio
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