|SilverStone SUGO SST-SG09 MicroATX Chassis|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by David Ramsey|
|Monday, 29 October 2012|
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SilverStone SUGO Pack
One of the reasons you might want a small form factor system is that they're easier to move that a large tower system. Well, "easier" to move the computer part, anyway. There's still all the stuff you have to plug into the system: keyboard, mouse, various cables...you get the idea. SilverStone has their own solution, which they sent along with the SG09 review case, the SST-PA01B SUGO Pack.
The SUGO Pack is a nylon duffel-bag like carrying case designed specifically for toting small form factor systems around. The main compartment has a rigid bottom and Velcro straps to secure your CPU. The SG09 fills the front-to-back space in the case, but there's enough extra side to side clearance to fit a SilverStone FT03 mATX case.
The bag is festooned with various Velcro and zipper-secured compartments; there's plenty of room for your rig, keyboard, mouse, mouse pad, cables, and whatever other accessories you need, with space left over for several cans of Jolt or Monster Energy Drink. With the case zippered shut, and a 104-key keyboard held in place under the top flaps, I am ready to travel! The bag's a little weighty with the 25-pound system in it, but not to worry: SilverStone includes a shoulder strap that clips to metal latches on either side of the bag.
If you have to move your system around, using the SUGO pack means that the only extra item you'd need to carry is your monitor. The SUGO Pack SST-PA01B can be had for $42.00 at Amazon.
Join me in the next section as I give my final thoughts and conclusion about the SilverStone SUGO SG09 case.