Legit Reviews: Corsair is going to make a splash with the release of the Obsidian 250D07-Feb-2014
The Corsair Obsidian 250D features the same great styling of the 900D and others in the Corsair Obsidian family, only smaller! The front panel is the same great looking black anodized aluminum panel that was on the Obsidian 900D last year. While it’s smaller than the others in the Obsidian series, Corsair didn’t cut any corners or sacrifice the ability to fit the components that you want in your system. Unlike many of the small form factor chassis out there, the 250D will fit a full size optical drive, a pair of 2.5″ drives and a pair of 3.5″ drives all at the same time. Corsair doesn’t want us to have to choose between one or the other. The 250D gives us all we could want when it comes to storage, with the option for five drives, it seems to offer more than most mITX boards at this point in time. Most of the mITX motherboards only have four SATA ports onboard.
If you’re in the market for a small form factor case, the Corsair Obsidian 250D should make the short list. It may not be the smallest SFF chassis out there, but it has a no compromise attitude for the components you want inside of it!