When most known for teenage engineering synths, It often finds a way Surprises his fans. Its latest manifestation is no different, but it makes it no less exciting. It has announced an ITX PC case that it is calling Computer-1. The company says it has been working on the design since 2014 “It’s not a ground-breaking PC case, but we like it and use it every day,” TE said on its website. “Now we want to share it with you.”
The case is made of 1 mm thick powder-coated aluminum. Like TE’s recent synths, it comes in a built-in flat-pack design that involves bending some panels. “Think twice, bend once,” the company ridiculously warns. Including chrome handles, the case is 322 mm or about one foot long. Depending on the width, it is 170mm or just six inches wide. Inside, you have an SFX power supply, a dual-slot GPU that is 180mm long and a CPU cooler that is about 120mm long. It will be interesting to see the thermal performance of the computer-1 as there is no fake design on the side panel.
At 195 195, the Computer-1 is expensive, but about how much you would pay for an ITX case from a small company. You’ll find more affordable options on products like this NR200 From Cooler Master, but you can easily spend $ 200 or more Day A4 Or FormD T1. If you are interested in Computer-1, you may have to wait to get your hands on one. It is currently sold out, but you can sign up to receive a notification if it becomes available
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