PCs may be versatile and powerful multimedia and gaming machines, yet their insertion into elegant living rooms can be problematic, as large systems and tower cases are a major visual dissonance in a living room, whereas consoles were designed with that specific purpose in mind. In this review we are taking a look at Fractal Design's Node 202, a case designed to fit a strong gaming system into a volume of just 10 liters, comparable to that of a gaming console.

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