Cooler Master Storm Scout 2 Case ReviewTue, Sep 25, 2012 - 12:00 AM
Final Thoughts of the Storm Scout 2
The Cooler Master Storm Scout 2 chassis is another prime example of how a mid-tower chassis is supposed to be designed. Not only is this chassis capable of handling my computer components easily, I was able to hide all of my power supply power cables behind the motherboard tray and close the right side panel with considerable ease. Not to forget that Cooler Master incorporates a carrying handle into this chassis so that we are able to move this chassis from one place to the next. Then on top of all of this the looks of the Storm Scout 2 is sure to draw attention wherever you may end up using this chassis.
There are only two small minor areas I would like to see improved up on with this chassis, now keep in mind these minor fixes that may enhance our usage of this chassis and do not count against it. The first one is, I would have like to see the side panels swing out instead of the sliding lock style that is currently incorporated with the Storm Scout 2. The final area I would like to see an improvement on is the removal of the upper exhaust fan grills. You have to reach inside of the case to remove this fan grill in order to install or remove our upper exhaust fans and they can be troublesome to access once all the components are installed. Again these improvements are minor, and they may or may not reflect your personal tastes, these are just minor improvements I feel that could possibly improve our overall experience with this chassis.
Cooler Master is going to set the price of the Storm Scout 2 chassis at the $99.99 USD for both the Gunmetal Grey and Midnight Black chassis’ with free shipping and they also carry a two year parts and labor warranty. Which I feel is more than fair price to pay for a stylish and well-designed chassis.
Legit Bottom Line: The Cooler Master Storm Scout 2 is a perfect candidate for anyone wanting a solid well designed and stylish chassis for their computing needs.