Top Notch Infotronix Pvt Ltd. more popularly known by its brand name Zebronics in the market has taken a step into the high-end gaming industry with the launch of its gaming peripherals.
Zebronics is a brand instituted by Top Notch in the year 1997 based out of Chennai which targets the mass market with the mission to provide people with superbly designed products that are high on performance but on the other hand don’t burn a big hole in their pockets. It has products in the multimedia speaker, IT peripherals, LED TVs, air coolers as well as surveillance solutions categories.
The launch of its gaming chassis’ now gives it an entry in the premium gaming market. Zebronics has launched 10 such chassis consisting of different technical specifications across different price ranges.
The Apollo is the first in line for Zebronics’ foray and a bull of a piece of hardware machinery it is. It has on offer the most optimal versatility to them gamers with solutions such as mid tower, spacious design and silent operation.
The coolness quotient of the hardware is taken two steps ahead by the different visual customizations it involves. Equipped with an ambient fan sporting thirty-three LEDs RGB which has seven different color modes and coupled with it is also a bonus automatic color change mode laces the cabinet with some class. The LED strips on the sides of the cabinet just add to its looks and build quality. A tempered glass panel on the side gives the owner an opportunity to show off his internals to fellow enthusiasts without much flutter.
Playing those intensive games takes up a lot of power and to help the components function as astutely as possible calls for an extremely comprehensive cooling system.
The Apollo is aided in this department by providing the enthusiast with a wide array of cooling option gamuts. It has three X 120mm fans on the front panel, space for two 120mm fans on the top panel and a single 120mm on the rear panel, giving the cabinet a cross ventilation system. The cabinet also comes equipped with support for liquid cooling systems to be retrofitted if the enthusiast chooses. It douses this by providing a facility for a 120mm or 240mm water cooled radiator. The top panel also sports a control panel for the fans to regulate their speeds manually.
The Apollo also comes equipped with the ability to support a 450mm GPU along with a 160mm CPU cooler. One also has the option to go in for the magnetic air filter thereby offering a higher airflow rate. The cabinet also supports cable management features. In the storage department, Apollo offers options in the line of 2XHDD (hard disk drive) or 3XSDD(solid state drive) or 2XODD (optical disk drive) along with seven expansion slots for graphic and other add-on cards.
This new range does certainly breathe in fresh air into the brand and with the heydays in gaming not looking to get over quick; Zebronics has made the wise choice of introducing a cheaper Indianized version to the foreign brands which hold the major share of the pie in this sector.