You want a big, breezy, E-ATX case. You've gone over your floor plans, moved the furniture around, checked the availability of outlets, and made sure the space next to your desk can withstand the weight. Good. You're ready. There are only a few options that don't look like recycled server equipment, and Zalman's got their entry. Of course, these enclosures get expensive. This particular case's appeal is that it's not that expensive. It's available for less than $200, but it's got the slick looks and volume of cases that cost another fifty or more. So we know that something's left out of this case; the Cosmos has all kinds of NVIDIA ESA hardware, that adds to the sticker, but the Zalman 1000 has a SATA hot-swap cage, those probably add about the same build costs. What's been overlooked? Construction, or fit-and-finish?
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