Fractal Design goes beyond with Define Mini Micro ATX chassis

Fractal Design Define Mini

Seeking new heights in style, contemporary design with maximum functionality and noise absorbing features while electing a chassis should no longer sound operose. Illustrating creativity with performance, Fractal Design recently designed a younger sibling of the award-winning Define R2/R3 case dubbed Define Mini.

Having accomplished the powerful traits ferreted by consumers widely, the new Micro ATX version places its complete attention on low noise level, without skipping out on important aspects like cooling, expandability and convenience. The portable Define Mini comes equipped with a front panel, patent pending ModuVent design which enables users to either have optimal silence or optimal airflow.

Pre-fitted with dense, noise absorbing material, the case has a total of six fan slots, a removable upper HDD cage, and USB3 support in the front panel to talk big about. Its extra, vertically mounted expansion slot emerges to be suitable for fan controllers or non-input expansion cards.

The sleek black exterior has been matched with its condensed noise absorbing material on the side panels, efficiently soaking up noise and vibrations. Users can snugly fit six hard drives into the peripheral, using the user-friendly HDD-trays. In addition, the device lends support to graphic cards with lengths up to circa 400mm when upper HDD bay is removed.

For now, there’s no word on its pricing and availability.