With CES in the rearview mirror, we find ourselves in a bit of turmoil. We saw all the new components, cases and concepts, and are now anxiously awaiting for some of these things to actually hit the market. Those of us who review products are just as eager as the readers, consumers, and even casual observers.
However, we do have an exception today. Enermax has done a bit of a unique thing by launching a product without waiting for a long time after CES, apparently in an effort to compete with the new slew of computer cases awaiting full production.
The Enermax Fulmo lineup carries one behemoth capable of housing two massive power supplies and an HPTX motherboard, and also one modestly-sized mid tower case. It is the latter we’ll be looking at today.
Enermax is probably not best known for their case designs; rather, they’re very renowned for their power supplies, but they have produced several cases, and we’ve seen them to be typically rather garish creations. We’re not fans of the outlandish, but the Fulmo is a distinct
trend to the opposite; it’s quite tasteful, and we’re rather fond of the new restrained styling shown by Enermax.
Let’s take a closer look at the Enermax Fulmo and see if it’s a successful move for Enermax.
"Enermax Technology Corporation was founded in 1990 by a group of young professional, enthusiastic, and high-tech oriented people in Taiwan. The main products we carry are switching power supplies, PC cases, industrial PC cases, pedestal and tower server cases, CPU coolers, second fans, mobile racks and other peripherals. Enermax has its own design groups and production line. Enermax’s Design engineers work around the clock to come up with the best solution and product to meet the demand of the market."