Last year we reviewed the Stacker from Cooler Master and we liked what we saw, but we did wonder just what they could come up with next. Well it seems that colour is the order of the show here at CeBIT 2007 as Cooler Master introduces a number of different colour finishes.
First up is the customised paint job from a US supplier, believe it or not after the Stacker leaves the factory in China it heads off to the US for a bit of a paint job then gets imported into the UK, that is if they think there’s a market for it. At $900USD it has to be said that you would have to be a seriously avid fan to lay out that sort of money.
Next up are the coloured mesh variants that Cooler Master are currently considering. We only managed to grab photos of two of the potentials, a lime green and ruby red finish were on show in the morning, but we also saw an orange version later in the day. It’s a simple case of painted mesh being fitted to the chassis in place of the usual black.
We did spot one more new potential addition to the Stacker range, a window for those to like to see their systems in action. Again Cooler Master couldn’t commit to this making the production lines, but it will depend on the feedback they receive during the CeBIT show we believe.
Finishing up this short Stacker round up we actually can confirm that this is a product that will make it to market. The Stacker 832 is on its way and ready for production. Although initial impressions are that the front door is all that has changed we will get one into the labs to give it the proper HEXUS going over as soon as possible.