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Friday, 08 July 2011 10:29

Cooltek K3 Evolution - USB 3.0 computer case tested

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Only 40 euro. Where's the catch?


In case you're looking for an affordable yet quality case that packs USB 3.0 connectors, then look no further than Cooltek K3 Evolution USB 3.0. Needless to say, you won’t have an easy time finding a USB 3.0 equipped case below €40, which is exactly the price Cooltek set for the K3 Evolution.

Although we’re talking about a lower end case, we did not lower our criteria. So, we’ll soon see whether the K3 Evolution has the necessary build quality, design and other accessories.

When it comes to design, we think that K3 Evolution will fit just fine into any office or home, but we’ll let you be the judge.

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The case measures 443x180x485 mm (HxWxL), which means the K3 Evolution is a smaller midi-tower case. It weighs in at 4.92kg, making it one of the lightest midi-tower cases we’ve tested.

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+2 #1 BernardP 2011-07-08 22:26
Too bad the USB connectors are plugged into the rear panel instead of the now standard internal interface found on more and more mobos:

http://download.intel.com/technology/usb/USB_3.0_Internal_Connector_and_Cable_Specification.pdf
 
 
+2 #2 Resistance_is_futil 2011-07-09 12:51
Latest information from Cooltek say, that from next shipment on, all K3 Evo 3.0 will have additional a 120 mm fan in the rear for better cooling, WITHOUT changing the price at all.

Regarding internal USB 3.0 support : I thought the same, but if ppl don´t have USB 3.0 20pin-connector onboard this solution opens the case for everyone.

For those who want to use an internal connection, there is the solution of a USB 3.0 to 20-pin converter.

For THIS price range fro my point of view the Cooltek Case is BEST (value, quality, features) you can get for your money.
 

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