We can’t understand why some large hardware manufacturers when entering the case (and power supply) market, opt for going with entry-level products that don’t use the best-quality parts, don’t have all the features required, and cost more than they should. We can’t imagine BMW or Porsche releasing a car made of cheap parts and without ABS; this would hurt the brand. But for some reason, some manufacturers don’t understand that you should have good-quality products across the board; otherwise, you jeopardize the value of your brand.
The Luxo M10 looks cheap, doesn’t support SSDs (which is a requirement nowadays), and costs more than it should (there are better products costing the same or even less). These are the main reasons we can’t recommend this case.
- Vented covers with air filters for the external 5.25” bays
- Air filter for the front and power supply fans
- Anti-theft device for cabled peripherals
- Supports a total of eight 3.5” storage devices
- A huge hole in the motherboard tray for accessing the backplate of the CPU cooler
- Holes for routing cables behind the motherboard tray
- Clips for fastening cables behind the motherboard tray
- Has the look and feel of a USD 60 case, yet it costs almost USD 80
- Fans don’t have three-pin connectors (the front and rear fan have them, but they lack the speed monitoring wire)
- No air filter for the side fans
- Slot covers are not reusable
- No support for 2.5” devices
- Comes with tool-less installation mechanisms only on half of the 3.5” bays