Fractal Announces Mini and Nano Versions of Meshify 2 and Define 7 Cases

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Fractal has grown its family of Meshify 2 and Define 7 cases with a couple of new streamlined derivatives.

As detailed in an article shared by the manufacturer, Fractal has added Mini and Nano form factors to its Meshify 2 and Define 7 series, including the Meshify 2 Mini, Define 7 Mini, Meshify 2 Nano, and Define 7 Nano. All four of these cases feature aesthetics that are in line with their bigger siblings, coupled with their “generous compatibility, accessibility, and flexibility,” albeit now “concentrated into space-conscious sizes.”

Here’s a roundup of the new Meshify 2 and Define 7 cases, per Fractal:

Meshify 2 Mini

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The Meshify 2 Mini offers an excellent combination of airflow and flexibility, in a form-factor optimized for mATX. The bold yet refined exterior design, with its asymmetric angular mesh front, is complemented by a flush TG panel and a fully removable top. Its accessible and intuitive interior layout makes it easy and enjoyable to build a stylish, airflow-centric system.

Define 7 Mini

The Define 7 Mini offers the same stylish appeal and many of the life-improving features of its larger siblings, in a condensed form factor. Its compact yet spacious interior can accommodate mATX and Mini ITX motherboards for a sleek and streamlined system. Additionally, like all four new Mini and Nano cases, it offers the option to house a GPU up to 331 mm with a 240 mm radiator in the top.

Meshify 2 Nano

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The Meshify 2 Nano offers ITX form-factor enthusiasts plenty of scope for creative builds through excellent radiator support for its size and the ability to accommodate a GPU of up to 331 mm. It also features a fully removable top, bolt-free side panels and a removable front mesh to make building and cable routing easy and enjoyable. The flexible design and angular asymmetry are complemented by a flush TG panel to showcase internal components.

Define 7 Nano

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The Define 7 Nano re-defines precision, bringing clean design and a host of features from its larger siblings to a minimized form factor. The compact yet spacious interior can accommodate all Mini ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards. Like all four new Mini and Nano cases, there’s even room for a GPU up to 306 mm when mounting a 25 mm thick front fan, making Define 7 Nano a highly compatible case for its streamlined format.

Fractal has confirmed that these cases are now available, but while the manufacturer didn’t include any pricing information in its article, retailers such as Newegg appear to have them listed for around $100.

Some of the other cases that Fractal recently introduced include the Pop Air, a precision-engineered chassis with mesh front to prioritize airflow, and the Pop Silent, which features “sound-dampened panels and a closed front to help minimize sound.” They are the first in a new family of cases that Fractal has dubbed the Pop Series.

Source: Fractal

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