BitFenix Outlaw Review

Posted February 7, 2012 by Tom Li in Reviews
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As more and more companies are focusing on cramming features into budget cases, sub 100 dollar cases are no longer the flimsy, boring, featureless enclosures that look like they’re better off serving as letterboxes. Today’s budget cases are packed with features and often look better and carry much higher end features than what their actual price tag suggest.

Today we’ll be taking a look at yet another entry in the sub $100 dollar case market, the BitFenix Outlaw.

Designed as a lower end case, the Outlaw is very economically priced at only $50. That however, does not mean that it’s short on features. It has a number of attractive highlights such as painted interiors, a mostly tool-less design, black cables, a CPU cutout and plenty of fan mounts.

Then again, anything can be made to look good on paper. So, is this Outlaw worth your attention? Lets find out in the full review.

BitFenix Co. Ltd.


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Tom Li

Tom is a computer engineering student with a passion for computer hardware and hardware technology. In his downtime, he enjoys biking and photography.