NZXT Aperture M Card Reader Review
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
This week I have the chance to take at the smaller end of the NZXT product scale, sure everyone raves for their cases such as the Switch 810 or the Phantom, and rightly so since they are stunning products in their own right, but its easy to lose some of the smaller products NZXT make under the thunder of their bigger brands. So today I will be taking a look at this modest little chassis accessory, the Aperture M.
The Aperture M is a 5.25″ drive bay attachment for you PC chassis, which give you a whole range of memory card slots for all your digital needs, as well as the addition of adding two USB 3.0 sockets to the front of your chassis, very handy if you motherboard supports USB 3.0 but your current chassis does not.
NZXT is a brand that is well known for their gaming orientated products, so its nice to see that they are doing something a little different to cater more on a day to day functionality side of things in terms of chassis accessories.
So today I’ll be taking a quick look at just what you get with the Aperture M and having a look at the overall quality of the device, come and take a look at the next few pages if you want to find out how I got on with the Aperture M.