CaseLabs Now Offering Mercury Series in Two-Tone Colors



/ 5 months ago

CaseLabs Now Offering Mercury Series in Two-Tone Colors

American case manufacturer CaseLabs has begun offering their Mercury line of computer cases in two-tone color options. The entire Mercury line uses an all-aluminum construction and is highly customizable. Users can choose between the Mercury S3, S5 and the S8 with matching pedestal to house high-end components. The new two-tone color option applies to alternate internal options which differ from the external one. These two-tone upgrade costs just $10.00 USD more than the stock uniform look. Users can also choose between black, white, gunmetal and red interiors.

CaseLabs Mercury Features

CaseLabs Now Offering Mercury Series in Two-Tone Colors

Those who are familiar with the Mercury line know just how massive these cases are. The smallest Mercury S3 for example measures 268mm x 382mm x 379mm. That does not even include the optional pedestal.The S8 is the largest, supporting EATX motherboards measuring 369mm x 483mm x 476mm.

When they say highly customizable, they truly mean it. Since CaseLabs does not outsource to an OEM and have manufacturing control, they can offer custom etching, and alternate per-piece options. Each upgrade or custom option just adds $10 to $35 USD depending on the feature. Users can even choose the motherboard tray size. It is completely modder friendly, and comes with vandal-style LED power and reset switches with sleeved cables.

Pricing and Availability

The CaseLabs Mercury S3 has a base price of $289.95, while the Mercury S5 starts at $359.95. The pedestal for the S3 and the S5 costs $159.95 and $179.95 respectively. The top of the line Mercury S8 starts at $469.95, with the matching pedestal available for $199.95. The two-tone color options are available for only $10.00. However, for a limited time until September 30, users can get it completely for free.


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