BitFenix Survivor is designed for the LAN gamer

by Rafael Hernandez on September 29, 2010 · 0 comments

Despite the disturbing trend of PC gaming titles lacking local network support LAN gaming is still a great way to shove your prowess in your friends and a random stranger’s face. BitFenix has announced its new Survivor Micro ATX case which heavily caters to those of us that enjoy lugging a PC and monitor to far away lands. The case sports a nifty handle that’s…well handy when transporting and can be hidden away when not in use for that sleek look. In addition you’ll find a cable security system built in so sticky fingered people don’t abscond with your increasingly expensive keyboard, mouse, or headset while you’re away grabbing snacks and built-in USB 3.0 ports for speedy data access.

Of course you’ll find the predictable dual 20omm Red LED fans to cool off your gear with but those lights can easily be turned off with the help of the case’s light control buttons. If you’re interested the case will be available mid November at an MSRP of $109USD. A bit out of your price range? They’ll also be offering a Survivor “core” model which lacks USB 3.0 ports (2.0 ports replace them), sports a single 200mm LED-less fan, and does away with the cable security system but it does drop the price to $89.99USD MSRP.

Survivor @ BitFenix

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