Cooler Master announced the release of the MasterBox TD300 Mesh computer case. An interesting detail of this mini-ITX or microATX case is the mesh front panel. The grid is not flat, as is usually the case, but curly. The manufacturer calls it polygonal, noting that the proprietary FineMesh technology is used to give the grid the desired shape. The meshes are said to provide high airflow and excellent dust filtration at the same time. Behind the mesh are two 120mm addressable backlit fans. They are connected to a built-in hub with five ARGB ports and four PWM ports.
These fans can be replaced with 140mm ones. If you put the fans not immediately behind the grid, but behind the front wall, you can install three 140mm fans. Additionally, two 120mm or 140mm fans can be installed on the top wall, one 120mm on the back. The top and front walls are suitable for radiators up to 280 mm long. A 120 mm radiator can be mounted on the back wall.
The 433 x 210 x 420.5 mm case has four slots for expansion cards up to 344 mm long. The maximum allowable height of the processor cooling system is 166 mm, the length of the power supply is 140 mm. If you remove the basket for drives and do not put a radiator on the front wall, the power supply can be up to 325 mm long.
The designers have provided the ability to install two 3.5″ or 2.5″ drives and two 2.5″ drives.
The I/O panel has USB-A connectors for two USB 3.2 Gen1 ports and separate headphone and microphone jacks.
The manufacturer does not name the price of the Cooler Master MasterBox TD300 Mesh case. It is known that the case will be offered in black and white versions.