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Old 11th December 2009, 12:38   #1
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Ingenuity and great designs have revolutionized the world.
Time and time again -- from the very first computer, to the first tanks that
were rolled out during the First World War. Speaking of tanks, one of the
most famous tanks of the Second World War was the German built Panzer IV. The
Panzer IV revolutionized tank designs of many countries with certain elements
that are found even in today's modern tanks. The Panzer IV simply bulldozed
over the opposition when it was first introduced; as it was simply more than
the opposing forces could handle from these powerful mechanical bulls. While
it was far from the best tank of the war, it was a very valuable contender
that led to much better and reliable designs later on. It's a fact that early
Panzer IVs were unreliable, and had quite a load of problems. Even with all
that, they managed to inspire a whole new approach to both interior and
exterior tank engineering and design. At this point, you are probably
wondering why there is such a huge history lesson in our latest review today.
Well, the answer is actually quite simple. We have a new product that takes
on the bold title of the Panzerbox. One thing that we appreciate is the
naming of this product, is that it just simply evokes a feeling of dominance
and a sensation of having a product that could make all other of the same
category seem silly. With such a great name, also comes a great deal of
expectation. Any case that can hold such a dominant sounding name should not
only be a great source of ingenuity and new ideas, but also should crush the
competition. Well, we hope so at least -- just like the early Panzer IV,
there could always be room for improvement for progress of the overall
product. Anyway, the product that we received was manufactured by NZXT, which
has already been known for good budget cases like the NZXT Beta we have
previously reviewed. Today, we will see how much the NZXT Panzerbox can live
up to its bold name, and if they really trample over its competition and
leave them in the dust.
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