- Specs, Packaging and Accessories
- External Impressions
- Internal Impressions
- Installation Impressions
True to its name, Shinobi Window is a very well built case that looks ordinary from the outside but the internals are great to work with, with 2x 120mm fluid bearing fans and much-better-than-Coolermaster Elite Series tool-less clamps with space enough to accommodate power supplies with annoyingly large and thick cables with large GPUs. Something that Lan Gamers would like- or else if you just want a decent case that does the job. There is a premium difference Shinobi and Shinobi Window, as mentioned before, the non-window version doesn’t come with Windowed side panel with a 120mm fan mount, a 120mm fan on the front and the tool-less 3.5″/5.25″ clamps. Smooth surface on the front and on the top is more like an icing on the cake should you choose to purchase it.
|Shinobi Black||Shinobi Black Window||Shinobi White Window|
|Rs 3,900/-||Rs 4,750/-||Rs 4,750/-|
Shinobi non-windowed would have smashed up NZXT Gamma and Source 210 (Non-Elite) real good if was under Rs. 3,000. Shinobi Black Window, on the other hand, should have had 1 more 120mm fluid bearing fan on the front and/or 2x USB 3.0 front panel ports provided.
BitFenix reminds me of NZXT in a lot of ways, difference is that BitFenix is stepping up real fast compared to what NZXT has taken few years to rise up. Its a very good case to work with and if it wasn’t for the price/USB 3.0 ports and/or a fluid bearing fan- I don’t see why would 1 not give it 5 stars all the way.
|Rs. 4,750/-||$ 78.72||£ 49.30|