In 2008 CoolerMaster launched a new line of products under the brand CM Storm. The people that formed the CM Storm group were dedicated to gaming and eSports and the accessories. After research and feed back from fellow gamers the CM Storm group launched the first two products in their line up: the Sniper and Scout. Both were mid-tower cases that featured integrated carrying handles with a light weight but strong chassis to lighten the load while hauling the gaming machine to a match or LAN party. The cases also offered good cooling to help keep those high-end components cool while mixing it up online.
Since then the CM Storm group has released even more products with great success. The CM Storm division not only produces cases but other accessories such as mice, keyboards, headphones, etc.
Today we are going to take a look at one of the latest products to come from the CM Storm stable, the Scout 2. The Scout 2 is the second iteration of the mid-tower case that was released in 2008. The Scout 2 is designed for optimum cooling and expandability while remaining as portable as a mid-tower case can be when loaded to the hilt with high-end gaming components.