Lazer3D Launches the HT5 - and a Giveaway!

We looked at Lazer3D's HT5 case a short while ago, and it came away with a fantastic rating. The case is now available for purchase at Overclockers UK and via Lazer3D.com! For more info on the launch, click here.

With the launch, let's give one away! The review sample unit that Lazer3D sent to SFF Network is up for grabs - including the one-off laser etched faceplate.

To enter, all you need to do is comment in this forum thread - let us know which of the Lazer3D products is your favourite - the LZ7, the HT5 or the upcoming CG7.

We will pick the winner at random at 20:00, 1st November 2018, New Zealand time!



Giveaway is open worldwide, except where prohibited. No purchase is necessary to enter. Shipping will be paid for by SFF Network, a division of Minutiae Media. Any taxes or Customs charges are the responsibility of the winner. Minutiae Media reserves the right to send the prize without tracking at winner's risk if shipping costs an arm and a leg. No hardware other than the HT5 case will be included. Standard terms and conditions apply.
 

blubblob

SFF Lingo Aficionado
Jul 26, 2016
101
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The HT5 in the timber variation is probably my favorite, due to the way it handles the (imo) main issue of laser cut acrylic sheet material - namely edge cuts that have a surface texture that is off from the flat surface.
Due to the material composition chosen in that specific case the edges highlight design elements rather than distract from the overall shape.
 

picov

Chassis Packer
Oct 28, 2018
15
2
HT5 is really cool and is my choice.
Stealth and Burbon are my favourites versions.
I think that they should provide a "backup" top panel for acrylic versions.
 

SumGhai

Cable-Tie Ninja
Jun 14, 2016
147
175
The HT5 was by far my favorite so far. I absolutely love the style and would absolutely love to put a build in one for my parents for their computing needs.
 

Scott

Caliper Novice
Nov 29, 2016
28
17
HT5 is a favorite for its visual design. The CG7 is very intriguing though! A truly tiny M-ATX case is a rarity. I can think of some niche uses for that one that would be quite interesting (Quick! Someone, figure out how to put a Threadripper in it!)
 

nein

What's an ITX?
Oct 28, 2018
1
0
Hmm. I've actually considered LZ7 but with Overclockers and their delivery costs decided that it's a bit too much for me. HT5 though, now that it's available, starting to look appealing... might beat Silverstone ML-09 that I'm looking to buy.
I wish Cravo supported full height GPU (by default), then it would be my choice.
 

T.Bull

Chassis Packer
Oct 29, 2018
16
7
All the designs look great. I just looked at https://www.lazer3d.com/ and boy am i happy for doing so..
been tinkering with a design similar to the CG7 for a bit now, but not anymore.. now i just have to wait for the order to become available. :eek:
nice job @K888D, im looking forward to do a build in the CG7. ;)
 
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Just over 24 hours left guys! Remember, for it to be a valid entry, "let us know which of the Lazer3D products is your favourite - the LZ7, the HT5 or the upcoming CG7."
 

exe222

Efficiency Noob
Aug 28, 2018
7
7
I love the look of the HT5 for my upcoming HTPC upgrade, thanks for the give-away chance!
Hopefully just in time. ;)
 

Adunk

Minimal Tinkerer
Mar 1, 2018
3
3
Would love to do a m-itx build! I want a CG7 so bad to make a matching HTPC for my eventual Cerberus build, but this case looks cool as hell!