In our culture today, many may agree that we like to take pride in the things that we do. Although we don't get the gold metal every year, Canadians are proud supporters of hockey. Europeans are huge supporters of soccer... of which they call football. Americans are big supporters of their version of football... which to Europeans is essentially hand-egg. However, when it comes down to consumers buying products off the shelves, practically everything is made in China. Apple products may be designed in California, but it is manufactured in China. Yonex badminton racquets are developed in Japan, but it is manufactured in -- you guessed it -- China. The fact is, while the development of certain products may be from a certain country, it may not necessarily be made and produced in the same place. China provides cheap labor, while being able to mass produce certain parts for products, or even the whole entire product, for that matter. What we have today at APH Networks is the Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 chassis. As you may have guessed, although it is engineered in Germany and stated in big bold letters, in fine print, it is actually made in China. Funny to say it, but while they say "Turn on German Engineering" on the box as boldly as possible, it seems they have turned on Chinese engineering at the same time, bearing striking resemblance in more than one way to Fractal Design's Define R4 and Define R3. So is this German engineering, or Chinese engineering at heart? Let's take a closer look at this case before you make your final decision.
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