Sharkoon has made a name for lower price but still great looking computer accessories from mice to fans to computer cases and everything in between. Most notably, they sell primarily in the European and Asian markets and are looking to spread their influence into the US. The CA-M is their next offering into the expanding tiny case market. Is this mighty mini a good case to reach into our market with? Let’s see!
For a fan of large and spacious computer cases, reviewing small cases is definitely a challenge. Sharkoon’s CA-M MATX case is only my second Micro ATX format review, and it continues to highlight why I don’t personally LIKE the smaller form factor. However, these reviews have been opening my eyes and pushing me to understand WHY people like these teeny, tiny cases. They have their places, and in time, I may end up choosing one to have a place in my own home.
First, let’s take a look at the official listing from Sharkoon’s page detailing their listed features:
As you can see, there’s a decent listing of options and features for a tiny case. Ultimately, how well did the case stack up?