After unleashing a bunch of portable enclosures, storage units and various other things, Sharkoon is now making a move on the PC case segment, having released three new T Series models.
Sharkoon is one of those companies that deal in a variety of products, many of them being cases or variations of the concept (drive enclosures for instance).
The most recent QuickStore
models are just one example and came out amidst releases of actual storage units, like Flexi-Drove
Extreme Duo flash drives.
Now, the outfit has completed three additions to its collection of PC cases, their names being of T5 Economy, T9 Economy and T9 Value.
The T9 Economy, for one, has no sort of active cooling but enough room for nine 5.35-inch optical disk drive bays (which can also be used for other things, like fan controllers).
The same product has an I/O panel on the front, with audio ports and USB 2.0, while five 3.5-inch drives should be possible to place on the inside of the enclosure.
The T5 Economy is quite similar to the T9 Economy, only it had a 120mm fan on the front, with blue LED lighting.
As for the T9 Value, it has the same number of 5.25-inch drive bays, a side window that lets one see the colored interior (green, white or red), and USB 3.0 on the front panel. There is also mention of three 120mm LED fans (one at the back and two in front).
Finally, all three newcomers measure 475 (L) x 200 (W) x 440 (H) mm and make use of a mesh front panel (they use the mid-tower form factor).
All three newcomers have a black outer coating and tool-free installation of drives. They should sell for 40 Euro (T5 Economy
and T9 Economy
) or 55 Euro (T9 Value