Phanteks Expand Their Affordable MetallicGear Range
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Phanteks are a premium brand, and there’s no shame in that fact. Of course, they often command a premium price tag too, putting them out of the reach of many consumers. However, their sub/sister brand MetallicGear aims to bring great quality, design, and features to a wider audience. Such as the Neo Silent (below)
Their range of more affordable chassis is designed to tick all the boxes for the wider PC gaming market. With less complex internals and more common manufacturing processes, they’re able to get them to market at a much lower cost. They’ll have ATX, uATX, Mini-ITX form factors available, as well as all the usual thrills like tempered glass, RGB, dust filters, and PSU shrouds offered to their customers; such as the Neo G (below).
Personally, I think they look great, especially the Neo Air in white (below) with the mesh front panel! What do you think, would you be interested in MetallicGear? Do you think they should be branded Phanteks, or do you like the current branding?
Also in their range, the new Skiron fans, which offer a wide range of options. They have non-RGB, addressable RGB and standard RGB models, in both 120 and 140mm. What’s clever, is they reduced the cost by simply having users install their own anti-vibration mounts! As simple as that, but if it saves cash, everyone wins.
All of this is hitting the market soon, if not already. Check with local distributors for pricing information.
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