Today we have, in house, a case that I plan on running though the ringer to see just exactly what it’s made out of. The case is the Freedom Tower and it’s manufactured by a company that goes by the name of Asys.
Yes, I meant to type Asys with a "Y".
To be perfectly honest, I know little about this company other than they have made inexpensive, yet practical, computer cases for quite some time now. Today however, we are taking a look at their flagship gaming case, the Freedom Tower. I know the name might be a little hokey, but I am anxious to see just what I can find out about this baby. At this point, I am left with many questions that I hope to find answers for over the course of this review.
All good questions and all need answering. To the review-mobile!
The packaging of the case is what one would expect from any case manufacturer. The box the case was shipped in was the actual box that the case is packaged in with the shipping address and P.O. slip taped to the top of the box. Once I lugged the box inside, and I do mean lug, I quickly removed the P.O. slip and opened the box.
As you can see, the box is rather colorful and does a nice job letting us know just what it’s all about.
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