The design of the Meshify 2 Mini combines cooling ventilation with high flexibility and is optimized for the mATX form factor. Bold and refined lines, asymmetric triangular mesh panels, flat tempered glass side panels, and a top panel that can be completely removed. Its internal layout is easy to operate and intuitive, making it easy and enjoyable for gamers to create a sleek, ventilated console system.
Fractal released four small chassis
Fractal’s Meshify 2 and Define 7 series are quite good products, but these two are mid-tower cases, which may not be suitable for players who like miniaturization. Fractal has recently created two smaller models, Mini and Nano, based on Meshify 2 and Define 7. Like other models in the same series, these four cases have a recognizable beautiful appearance and line design and have high quality and functions.
The Define 7 Mini combines an attractive appearance with convenient and versatile functions in a compact and compact form factor. It can provide an additional experience like the same series of large-size chassis in the family. The internal space can accommodate mATX and Mini ITX motherboards. The graphics card installation length of this chassis reaches 331mm, and a 240mm radiator can still be installed on the top.
The Meshify 2 Nano offers excellent cooler compatibility in a small form factor and is also capable of supporting graphics cards up to 331mm, giving ITX form factor enthusiasts the interior space to be fully creative. A fully removable top, bolt-free side panels and removable front mesh make assembly and cable management a snap. The flexible design, the triangular concave-convex front mesh that does not balance the scale, and the flat tempered glass side panels complement each other, and the internal hardware is generously displayed.
The Define 7 Nano combines a simple design with the versatility of the same series of large-sized models and integrates the most precise design into the smallest form factor. The compact and spacious interior can accommodate all Mini ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards. Like the other three newly launched Mini and Nano cases, it can even fit a 306mm graphics card when installing a 25mm thick front fan, the Define 7 Nano is a compact case with a high degree of compatibility.