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NZXT Source 220 Case Review - PAGE 1

- Thursday, December 15th, 2011 Like Share






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Jusr Looking Dec 19, 11
Perhaps you should take a lesson or two in proper photographic lighting techniques. Most of your images are improperly illuminated, having the case appear brown, when in fact, it is black.

If you can't be trusted to provide proper visual documentation of your subject, how can anyone trust your opinion as per your review.
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Chaosfire Dec 19, 11
quote Jusr Looking
Perhaps you should take a lesson or two in proper photographic lighting techniques. Most of your images are improperly illuminated, having the case appear brown, when in fact, it is black.

If you can't be trusted to provide proper visual documentation of your subject, how can anyone trust your opinion as per your review.
Perhaps you should take a color blindness test or two to properly identify the differences between brown and black.

Looks black to me.
The case itself looks nice. I like the minimalist/mesh design, and it seems to have adequate cooling. Good Job on the review.
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Jusr Looking Dec 19, 11
http://img.neoseeker.com/v_image.php?articleid=2926&image=9

Take a look at the image cache on the indicated page. Of the 8 case shots, 4 of them, along with the thumbnail tag image (upper right of the article page) all appear a sandy beige in color. This is usually the result of residential florescent lighting used in conjunction with a flash.

Not knocking the case at all, more than a decent enclosure. I would have appreciated however that attention to color detail and a few more closeup shots of any unique features this case has.

After all, it's that attention to detail, those little specifics, that a consumer pays attention to, and if I can't see those intricacies of color and form, then I'm not buying.
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