- Packaging, Bare Essentials and Specifications
- External Impressions
- Internal Impressions Part 1
- Internal Impressions Part 2
- Installation Impressions
Labelling a case as a “Gaming chassis” has become a norm if you’re following the hardware scene for atleast couple of years. They carried a premium price for a while which was bought by very limited amount of people.
Gaming cases initially were pictured as “Glossy paint job, plasticky themed mould- mostly shields, dragons, fancy Christmas-ish lights and protruding meshed panels“ to “matte finish paint job (internally and externally), plain (or without any theme) designs, maximum depth with lot of room to upgrade, good enough fans, option to install water cooling units like Asetek OEM WC units bundled with couple of fans“ to say the least. That standard was raised
A lot of people bought Zebronics Bijli case back when it used to cost Rs. 1,000/- approx per unit. Usually, around the forums people bought those case if they couldn’t anything like Coolermaster 690. When the Elite series came, there was “some choice” but Bijli’s thunder (for those who do not know, Bijli means “Bolt of lightning” in Hindi) pretty much was killed when NZXT Gamma was around for Rs. 2,000- Rs. 2,500/-.
Will Bijli 2 be a worthy successor and be anywhere near its rivals? Take a look!!