Cooltek introduced cases Jonsbo UMX4 and RM3

Cooltek introduced cases Jonsbo UMX4 and RM3

Cooltek Company introduced two new cases under the trade mark Jonsbo. Models UMX4 and RM3 replace UMX2 and RM1 predecessors. New housing combines a modern look and functionality.

UMX4 – ATX case is designed for use with the powerful “iron”. It is made of a textured aluminum and embodiments presented with closed side walls, and a window made of tempered glass. Now Jonsbo joined the already quite impressive list of manufacturers who offer a glass enclosure. For stability in UMX4 installed steel frame. In the new model, and change the fan compartments for storage. Here there is room for four 2.5-inch and two 3.5-inch models (UMX2 allowed to install three drives and two 3.5 by 2.5 inches and slim optical drive). The housing is designed for use with 120 mm fan. Two fans on the top and one at the rear is already installed. Additionally, you can mount two 120mm bottom fan.

RM3 pattern with dimensions of 215 x 385 x 336 mm is significantly smaller than UMX4, which measures 204 x 437 x 426 mm. Housing Mini-Tower is designed for systems mini-ITX or micro-ATX. The RM3 can set CPU-cooler height of 17 cm and a graphics card up to 31 cm in the absence of the front fan. As the walls of this model provides only Jonsbo material tempered glass thickness of 5 mm, so that all components of the system will be well visible. RM3 is also equipped with a steel frame with an aluminum skin. Inside the housing is divided into two chambers, that is the motherboard and power supply are located in different compartments. Store data can be on one 3.5-inch and three 2.5-inch drives. Cooling is represented by two 120-mm bottom and rear fans and one 140 mm fan on.

Price Jonsbo UMX4 and RM3

In Europe, two new items have appeared in stores. Price UMX4 no window of 149.99 euros for the version with a glass window would have to pay 10 euros more. RM3 fee is 109.99 euros. Both buildings are presented in black and silver colors.

Cooltek introduced cases Jonsbo UMX4 and RM3 was last modified: July 17th, 2016 by Tomas Shellby