GamePC heeft een vergelijking van 3 mid-towers gepost, de Elan Vital T10, InWin A500 en ProCase 968A. Hier een plak over de InWin kast, die hier in de polder een redelijke populariteit geniet:
The A500 features a sliding motherboard tray, which is a great option when you first install or remove any motherboard. The tray does hold many types of ATX style motherboards, but shows signs of a tight fit for bigger boards like ASUS’s P2B-DS. As for cooling, there is only one fan slot for a 80mm case fan, which is located on the bottom front of the case. Accessibility for internal components is a little troublesome since this case does not have the swing open or slide off side panels but rather a three-sided cover that needs to be unscrewed in 5 places.
Depending on the motherboard used in this case, the power supply may block the view of the CPU(s) and/or memory, which is where the slide out try comes in play. The only problem with that is in order to get full access to the motherboard, the wires that plug into the motherboard will need to be unplugged. The A500 also has an option for a pad or key lock for security measures.