The Smooth Creation Reaper TweakTown Edition
Smooth Creations introduced us to the TweakTown Edition Reaper by sending over a video they produced.
All of Smooth Creations systems are hand painted with high quality automotive paint that allows the case to stand out of the crowd. Here we see that the Reaper is no exception and the guys at Smooth Creations have really done a good job of getting us a unique paint scheme.
The devil is in the details, but in this case it is the Reaper which is all about detail. Take a look at the enlarged image to see the kind of work that Smooth Creations is putting out. Every time I look at the system, something new comes to light and I am impressed just that much more.
The art doesn't stop with the main focus point of the case; subtle details can be found all over the case.
The front of the case also carries the theme over.
On top we find all of the external access connections that allow quick access to USB, audio and FireWire.
The SilverStone case gives us a large amount of good clean air.
The other side of the case was treated to Smooth Creations finest work to date as well.
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