Corsair Carbide 200R Pro Reviews
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"I’m happy to award the 200R with our eTeknix Bang for Buck award, it’s great to see another strong contender in this price range and I’m really impressed with the level of quality and thought that has gone into its design."
"A quality case at a very reasonable price point. Ideal for gamers on a budget."
"This case offers nearly everything that the more expensive 300R and 400R offer but at a much lower price without any real drawbacks in terms of usability or construction. If I were building a new rig today I'd honestly have a hard time passing up such a good deal on a case that must be built with razor-thin margins. I can't think of another way Corsair has managed to pack this much case into just under $60. People; we have a winner!"
"The Carbide 200R doesn’t have that out-of-the-way gaming styling nor does it have all the bling that many companies try to all to a cheaper priced case to get it to sale to the masses. The 200R is very simple and down-to-earth. Visually speaking. The subtle looks can be liked by many and can fit the needs of more than just one type of PC user. Need a gaming rig? You can achieve it with the 200R. Need a new system for the office? You can build it with the 200R. Need a system for the wife so she doesn’t occupy time on yours? Get a 200R."
"The 60 USD/EUR price-range is probably the most crowded and hard fought case segments of the market. Corsair has successfully moved from their high-end Obsidian cases down to the high midrange with the Carbide family and, now, to the entry-level midrange with the Carbide 200R. That said, the most affordable case from Corsair does strip things down to the functional basics, but that is to be expected of a case in this price range. All the features within the case are extremely well done and do, at times, bear the genes of the larger, more expensive variants. The hard drive mounting mechanism for both 3.5" and 2.5" variants is awesome to use, and the optical drive bays utilize the same solid tension locks found in the Vengeance C70. It looks like Corsair has managed to build up an excellent range of cases, and their excellent line-up now includes the entry-level midrange segment with the Carbide 200R."