At the start of this review I stated that this case is attempting to occupy a niche gap in the market, and form what I've seen over my time with it I can safely say that the DimasTech Bench table fills it nicely. Any enthusiast that swaps out parts on a regular basis, whether it be for benchmarking, reviewing or just people who love new hardware. I'm sure that many would agree that the standard tower case is not the most ideal of designs to cater for their needs - and that's where this case excels.
Able to accommodate nearly any kind of cooling solution and hardware combination there are very few things to pick with the DimasTech Bench Table. The largest flaw was the lack of a concise instruction manual, which after a little time with the case isn't a major issue and hopefully the guide on page two of this review should help anyone trying to assemble their set up.
The case can be obtained directly from DimasTech's site, although it would be far easier for us in the UK to head over to Chilled PC
and order one form there. They come in at a very reasonable GBP129.99. While it is a fair whack of cash for what is essentially a basic case, but the way the bench table is designed,and the overall quality of it makes it a worthwhile investment to anyone who regularly swaps out hardware. The only real competition for this case is the Antec Skeleton witch weighs in at roughly the same price and, in this reviewers opinion, doesn't look half as nice.
+ Looks Fantastic
+ Part swapping is a cinch
+ Available in various colours
* Price isn't perfect, but far from OTT
Thanks go out to Chilled PC
for providing the review sample.