BitFenix Prodigy Review

Editor: David Mitchelson  Date: 13-07-12   0 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
Introduction



Product on Review: BitFenix Prodigy.
Manufacturer and Sponsor: BitFenix
MSRP: £59.99 inc.VAT (GBP) (At time of review)

At the very beginning of the year BitFenix enticed enthusiasts with images of an upcoming chassis. Although at first they gave no hints at the name of this new chassis we later discovered it to be the Prodigy. Ever since seeing these images, enthusiasts the world-over have been anticipating this new Mini-ITX chassis and it falls to us today to give our indepth verdict and see if the wait was really worth it.

Prodigy is a Mini-ITX chassis with a stylish appearance, incorporating what BitFenix call BitFenix FyberFlex™. Inside, this case can accommodate an assortment of cooling fans, HDD storage, large CPU coolers and has the space for even the most high-end graphics cards. Available in Midnight Black or Arctic White I would be lying if I said today’s review comes without eagerness. Let’s begin our analysis of Prodigy.



BitFenix' take on Prodigy
Meticulously crafted and beautifully engineered, Prodigy redefines the Mini-ITX chassis. The compact housing is suspended by handles made with BitFenix FyberFlex™ Composite for easy portability and maximum shock absorption. On the inside, our modular FlexCage™ gives you the flexibility to install up to five 3.5" hard disks or 2.5" SSDs, or remove it entirely to fit up to 240mm watercooling radiators and long graphics cards. For added flexibility, additional SSD locations are also included, and a choice of Midnight Black or Arctic White with interchangeable front facades mean Prodigy will suit your individual style. With tool-free convenience, two USB 3.0 ports, filtered intakes, and proprietary BitFenix SofTouch™ Surface Treatment, Prodigy is the compact case with no compromises.


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