Conclusions

The Thermaltake Armor Jr. mid-tower enclosure offers a lot of the same great style, features and functionality of the original Armor full-tower case but in a smaller, lighter, and less expensive version.  The Armor Jr. offers great flexibility when it comes to configuring the drive bays and provides the foundation for very good case cooling.

 

Thermaltake Armor Jr. Mid Tower Case - Cases and Cooling  1

Thermaltake Armor Jr. Mid Tower Case - Cases and Cooling  2

 

Strengths:

 

·         Good build quality, very light weight

·         Primarily aluminum construction

·         Attractive styling

·         Lockable front door for easy drive bay access

·         Optional, lockable side window

·         ATX layout standard — BTX layout optional

·         Two 120mm cooling fans included

·         Additional case cooling options

·         Re-locatable HDD cage

·         Flexible drive bay layout and configuration options

 

Weaknesses:

 

·         Top mounted I/O panel (personal preference)

 

With a typical street price of just over a $100 USD, the Armor Jr. mid-tower enclosure offers a lot of nice features, flexibility and style for your money.  Check one out at your favorite Thermaltake reseller.  Be sure to use our price-checking engine to find the best prices on the Armor Jr., and anything else you may want to buy.  I would like to thank our friends at Thermaltake for sending us this case to review — Thanks.

 

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