Friday, December 9th 2011

Sharkoon Debuts the Tauron Midi-Tower PC Case

Sharkoon Technologies has finished off the work week by rolling out a brand new PC chassis, the midi-tower known as Tauron which measures 510 (L) x 205 (W) x 495 (H) mm, weights 9.5kg, and comes in three color versions - black with a red interior, black with a green interior, and all-white.

The Tauron supports micro ATX and ATX motherboards and has a top-placed I/O panel (2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0 and 2 x audio ports), mesh panels both on top and in front, an acrylic side window, two exposed 5.25-inch bays, and seven removable 2.5/3.5-inch drive trays.


Sharkoon's case also features two pre-drilled holes on the rear panel for routing watercooling tubing, and is equipped with four fans - one 120mm spinner at the back, one 170mm on top, and two 120mm models with LEDs in front. The white Tauron can be found on sale at 78.94 Euro, while the black/red and black/green models are available at 74.84 Euro and 73.84 Euro, respectively.
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10 Comments on Sharkoon Debuts the Tauron Midi-Tower PC Case

#3
ironwolf
That's certainly a vibrant green interior alright. No e-Sata, meh.
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#4
KieranD
Not bad, its about £63 directly converted so its got potential compared to something like the CM690II but i dont think its overall as well built looking or just as nice looking to me.
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#5
Ferrum Master
Wow, looks good to me. I hope the prices will be competitive enough! :)
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#6
Drone
Quite heavy. Tarea was sexier
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#7
dirtyferret
it looks like every other case released the past two years...
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#8
hhumas
very beautiful interior
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#9
Widjaja
Sharkoon have brought out some nice looking cases over the years.
Just a shame they are near on impossible to get over here.
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#10
Chevalr1c
Bummer that they chose for LED fans. The latter may be cool in the beginning but after a while you just want to put those LEDs off because they are not that interesting any more to look at. So what's the point of using them?
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