Product on Review: NZXT Sentry 2
Manufacturer and Sponsor: NZXT
MSRP: $29.99 USD / €29.90
Street Price: $29.99 USD
The Sentry 2 is NZXT’s latest addition to their Sentry fan controller series. Unlike the Sentry 1, the Sentry 2 features a colourful touch screen interface in order to make the fan controlling experience much more intuitive. Furthermore, the colourful interface of the screen will certainly add a hint of modern looks to any computer system. Asides from the touch screen interface, the Sentry 2 packs many worthwhile features such as support for five case fans, five temperature diodes, automatic and manual fan control modes, and 10W per channel.
Although fan controllers with knobs make up the major part of the market, the Sentry 2’s flat bezel will be very helpful for consumers that have a computer case with a front door that could potentially interfere with such knobs. Given the fact that touch screen interfaces are not broadly used amongst fan controller manufacturers, it will be most interesting to see if NZXT has hit the right notes in making the Sentry 2 a good product.
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|NZXT, a company built upon gamer's dreams, hopes to create products that put consumers first. With the objective of designing unique products catered for hardware enthusiasts and gamers, NZXT has grown into a globally renowned brand recognized for dedication towards creating the next great gaming product. NZXT has won numerous awards from media and publications from across the globe with a product line spanning from gaming chassis, power, and gaming input devices. As a corporation formed by gamers, NZXT continues to expand into new horizons and push the limits further with each product unveiling.|
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