One area of computer peripherals and hardware that's often seen as an oxymoron is "budget high performance" products. Usually high performance products carry a price tag substantially higher than "budget" shoppers are willing to spend. This keeps a clearly defined line between those who own budget gear, and those who own high performance gear. Over the last year or so we've seen Silverstone, a traditionally high performance computer peripheral company, start to introduce some budget product lines as well. With their budget products I'd reviewed in the past, I had a hard time finding the line between where high end Silverstone quality stopped, and budget minded construction began.
Today, I have the opportunity to check out their latest case from the Precision series. This is the most inexpensive series of cases that Silverstone currently makes. The PS05 sells for under $64CDN and happens to have a variety of features that my Silverstone Kublai case, worth over twice as much, lacks. I'm already excited to dive into this case and see just what a "budget high performance" case can offer!