Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker Pro Reviews
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"This case is still a tough beast with an easy to hold handle at the top. Its large internals, easily adjustable fan speeds, and removable dust filters already prove why this case is more than sufficient for an enthusiast. However, there are a few downfalls."
"This is right within a normal price range for full-featured, full-tower computer cases. The original CM Storm Trooper, however, debuted at $149.99. While the Stryker adds a windowed side panel, I think it would have been better if they had priced it the same. That being said, however, I replaced my Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition case with the Stryker. The Level 10 GT Snow Edition still goes for $289.99, so from that perspective the CM Storm Stryker is an outstanding deal."
"A great looking case which faces a lot of competition this year."
"The CM Storm Stryker is a sightly updated version of the previously launched CM Storm Trooper, which did not feature a side window and is only available on white. The eSATA port is not available anymore on the Stryker, but most of the other features are still present like a robust carrying handle, dust filters, fan controller with LED controls, external 2.5'' hot-swap dock and two big HDD cages."
"When I first pulled the Cooler Master Storm Stryker out of it’s box and protective devices I was struck by it’s striking white color that I must admit is a exciting change from the all black cases that have bombarded the market for a few years. Yes it has it touches of black, but it is used to accent the white. Once getting past the color I was expecting a case that had a handle at the top and the same old insides, but I was again excited to see that was not true. The design and feature of the carrying handle is superbly integrated in to the overall look and becomes a very essential piece."