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W1zzard's Sidekick
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With the T-WINGS CMT710, FSP is throwing in their entry into the unique, rule-bending and irresponsibly responsible open-air case market. Underneath its wings, the T-WINGS CMT710 can hold two full systems as it is also one of the few dual-system enclosures out there.

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I kind of like these 'cases' that can't decide if they are a case or a test bench. :laugh:

This would have been really interesting if you could have separated the two halves. That's a really disappointing design choice.

Good review on a pricey case that has some definite quirks/drawbacks.
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Sorry, but that's not a case, that's just bits of metal stuck together, seemingly a bit at random.


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Just dont disassemble

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I kind of like these 'cases' that can't decide if they are a case or a test bench. :laugh:

This would have been really interesting if you could have separated the two halves. That's a really disappointing design choice.

Good review on a pricey case that has some definite quirks/drawbacks.
That was my thought reading the review exactly... is this a fancy test bench??

The practical use is quite close to zero here.. a glorious combination of negatives of either design. It has no ease of use for component changes, and offers no advantages that a closed design would. Pretty neat for 500 bucks.
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This thing looks an assorted variety of cardboard and plastic pieces held together by rubber bands, for a premium price.
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It looks like a damaged or incomplete transformer TBH.....not my cup of tea..
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Uhhh...Yeah, no. This thing looks like somebody, or a few somebodies got together, got shitfaced, then one dude suddenly got the "idea" to make this case. But rather than any actual planning/thought, said dude hastily scribbled the design out on a napkin and showed it to the other shitfaced dudes...and because they, too, were shitfaced, of course they all thought it looked amazing and needed to be produced :roll:
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I'm wondering from when did people start design these fancy but useless cases
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That thing is as expensive as it is impractical.

I pretty sure the artistes interested in purchasing one of these abstract art-pieces isn't remotely concerned about cost or practicality; this is a showpiece for people with lots of surplus money and a penchant for this particular style of randomly arranged bent metal.
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If they could make it transformable from a tight closed case as usual to a more grandiose open testbench on the fly it would have more sense.
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^ It DOES kinda remind me of a Transformer, now that you mention it... But no "more than meets the eye" here :D