Raijintek was established in 2013 and at first brought with it some CPU coolers to the table. In the short time since then Raijintek has expanded their product base and now offer cases, fans and soon power supplies. Raijintek is always looking to better their name and in doing so are working on making a global name for their brand. Taking the words out of their mouth “Our task is to provide products – high compatibility, extreme engineering, remarkable performance, amazing design, necessity of demand and multifunctional usage – for high recommendation everywhere to make up your life.”
Today I will be looking at one of their newest PC cases, the ARCADIA. Following on from the AGOS I have previously done, it will be nice to see how the newer ARCADIA compares. The ARCADIA features a similar design to that of the AGO except there are no vents for fans on the side panel and it only features 2x 5.25″ drive bays. The ARCADIA is a budget friendly PC case that is designed with airflow in mind so to help keep those components inside cool, even during those long gaming sessions. Coming in either black or white, the ARCADIA has a good few features that should go over well with most users.
Let’s see what Raijintek have to say about the ARCADIA:
ARCADIA, Midi Tower chassis, pure innovation meets classic black design, combined with high airflow through big mesh intake (with Dust filters) in the front panel and water cooling support (on the top panel). Elegance in combination of special technical features, such as tool-free designs, extreme expansion, complete black coating, an unbelievable price and a rigid chassis quality.