Fractal Design Introduces the Define XL R2 PC Case
By Cássio Lima on December 20, 2012 - 3:47 PM


The Define XL R2 is the latest full-tower case from the Swedish Fractal Design. Incidentally, this case is an upgraded version of the Define XL with a new internal layout and two additional expansion slots.

The Define XL R2 comes with a door on its front panel, four 5.25” external bays, eight 3.5” internal bays (all compatible with SSDs), nine slots for expansion cards, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, and three 140 mm hydraulic bearing fans: one on the front panel, one on the rear panel, and one on the bottom panel. The case also comes with a single-channel, analog fan speed controller up to three fans.

The Define XL R2 will be available in early February 2013 with a suggested retail price of USD 129.95.


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