Popular PC chassis manufacturer Sharkoon is introducing a new ATX Midi tower case, the Sharkoon M25-W. The cases comes in black and white color options, with an extra-large acrylic side panel that offers an inside view of the case. The key USP of the case is an integrated sound card that offers virtual 7.1 surround sound through the audio front port on the case, which can be an ideal second sound source when connecting speakers or headsets on a Windows PC.
The case features a special tunnel on the bottom, inside which you will be able to fit a power supply unit and up to three 3.5” hard drives inconspicuously. The special tunnel design should also help optimize airflow inside the case. Additionally, the M25-W offers cable outlets for the mainboard and other components, facilitating perfect cabling. In terms of cooling, the case comes pre-installed with two 120mm fans in the front and a 120mm LED fan on the rear panel. Optionally, three 120mm or two 140mm fans can be installed on the top panel, and a 140mm fan on the front. There is also provision for a 240mm or 280mm radiator with a height of 5cm including fan.
The Sharkoon M25-W accommodates graphics cards up to 400mm in length, power supplies up to 205mm in length and CPU coolers up to 167mm in height.
In Europe, the M25-W is now on sale for a suggested retail price of 54.90 euros. The company is also offering the M25-V, which is similar to the M25-W except for the lack of integrated sound and acrylic side panel at a lower price tag of 44.90 euros.