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Raijintek Thetis and Asterion Plus Chassis Review

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Posted January 8, 2018 by Josh Jackson in Cases & PSU

Overview

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Price at time of Review: $149.00 for Asterion and 89.99 for Thetis
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Professional Aesthetics, Excellent Quality, Unique Feature in Drive Bay on Asterion, PSU Placement on Thetis, Very Easy to Build in
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Panels on Asterion are a bit flimsy, Lack of Accessories like Zip Ties
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Raijintek only needs a little more polish on the Asterion, but the full tower chassis is still a pleasure to build in. The Thetis however, is a great design that would make a great SFF computer with room to build. Both cases are strong offerings though.
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Introduction

How does a company stand out in the PC component market today? The simple fact is there is a ton of products to choose from and it’s getting harder to come up with a unique design that can blow the minds of consumers. Cases are finding an increasingly difficult path to take, but Raijintek hasn’t been afraid to offer a decent number of new chassis designs to challenge contenders. They seem to know how to make something unique in their own way, yet keep the designs familiar to what builders are already accustomed to. We’ll look at two cases today, the Asterion Plus and the Thetis Window, to see how their designs are coming along. First though, let’s take a quick look at info regarding the company values.

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