The BitFenix Prodigy was one of BitFenix’s first departure from their larger cases back in the days of the BitFenix Ghost and BitFenix Colossus in 2012 and while they were functionally one of the more versatile compact cases back then they have not aged well with dealers having cleared huge amounts of old stocks that had their coatings already melting. Other than, the case was decent in its design and I still do have my original BitFenix Prodigy (ITX), the BitFenix Prodigy M (mATX) and the Colossus M.
BitFenix has recently announced an updated on the BitFenix Prodigy M design which changes soke key things but retains a lot of the good things about the Prodigy M. As one of BitFenix’s most popular cases, this choice isn’t without its merit and it is one of longest cases I have ever used.
BitFenix didn’t send a press release but sent an entire presentation deck to media showcasing the design changes they employed. This include a replaceable backpanel that allows a GPU vertical bracket as well as a rear exhaust fan.
For more info, the entire press deck is below. BitFenix will also release a non-ARGB version without lights.