Fractal has introduced the Focus 2, a new series of mid-tower cases. Described by the manufacturer as “the evolution of direct performance,” the Focus 2 is available in five variants, including two white models that retain the standard black front mesh. Fractal didn’t elaborate on pricing in its press release, but one of its closer family members, the Focus G, is currently listed for around $55 at retailers.
Focus 2 highlights:
- Innovative interior layout for optimal airflow and an enjoyable building experience
- Accommodates ATX / mATX / Mini ITX Motherboards
- Solid construction with intuitive cable management options
- Available both with and without ARGB
Introducing Focus 2
The new Focus 2 mid-tower cases offer a precise, straight-forward design which has been carefully engineered to leverage the airflow potential of the case. Its innovative approach to the interior layout creates an unobstructed flow throughout the case, making it enjoyable to build and upgrade in, while unlocking the ability to cool components directly. This performance-centric design helps to enable a smooth experience, allowing users to focus on what’s important to them.
Out of the box, its quality construction, clean exterior and airflow-enabling front mesh make Focus 2 a serious choice for gaming systems. Inside, it also offers quality-of-life building features such as an open and accessible interior, SSD quick clips, and intuitive cable management options. One of the many user benefits of Focus 2 is its adaptability and upgradeability, with available accessories including storage expansions and a USB-C upgrade kit.