Let us face it, PC case moding is one of the most widespread hobbies with the moding enthusiast's community, so the PC case market is overwhelmed with cases of all types, but mostly with fancy ones, lots of lights and extravagant gadgets, all nice and beautifully in the eye.What is then so special about the Tt Swing case? Well, it is as simple as this: It is just a fancy case with user friendly characteristics.
The tooless pattern is one of the primary merits of this case. Almost no implementation of screwdrivers is needed in order to complete the task. The HDD orientation is another plus with the Swing case. More space is available and no cost in terms of expansion slots/ drive bays. Also, the extra Firewire, USB 2.0, Audio & Speaker inputs are always welcome, and the Swing offers them in the front panel, for main use and fast access.
But the case is not only equipped with features. It is also an eye catching one, that will please most of the potential buyers. The "Piano coating" front panel is surely a beautiful sight. On top of that, the stylish streamline panel gives a touch of design to the Swing. And the most important part is none other than the Transparent Side Panel. With the appropriate lighting or just the appropriate cooler, as in this case (the one reviewed), the outcome is really nice.
Let us get back to the features though. The airflow provided is quite sufficient and more than enough for the usual needs of the average user. As discussed earlier, it might be considered limited only to the fact that the HDD module does not have sufficiently big enough "holes" for the air to flow, from the front to the back. Other than that, we did not notice anything to be considered a flaw.
While the Swing case was being tested, its price was approximately to $56 in the e-market, which is rather reasonable and made it an attractive purchase.