Vrieskist schrijft dat bij Tom's Hardware Guide een flinke lap tekst staat hoe je, je systeem in de Nikao Submarine kast kan krijgen. Ook als je niet ge´nteresseerd bent in deze Mac wannabe kast staat er in het artikel nog wel nuttige tekst: het is namelijk ook nog een "hoe pluur je een pc inelkaar" guide :
I admit it. I have "Mac envy." No, it's not the OS, or the G4, or Steve Jobs and it's certainly not the hype. Yes, the Mac has it's merits and it has certainly influenced the PC in many positive ways, but what I really like is the case. The Apple (nasdaq: AAPL) Power Macs have a very cool case where the motherboard back plane actually hinges outward and lies flat. In the "do it yourself" (DIY) PC world, cases are all too often the oh so bland beige metal boxes. This situation is so chronic that reviewers are left musing about the shape of the power button or the placement of the LED's on the faceplate.
[...] Although the Nikao Submarine case is not perfect, I still like it. The construction is far from the quality of the Power Mac's case; it's a bit flimsy, but if the price is right (I expect that the Submarine will be fairly inexpensive), it is worth buying for its convenience and interesting looks.
If you are thinking about purchasing this case, remember that it is not static safe and it offers nothing in the way of RF shielding. System integrators should test the case thoroughly before considering offering systems housed in it. I have not had any problems with the Submarine, but my experience with it is limited.