You can finally get your hands on the very small and completely orange Computer-1 PC case from Teenage Engineering again, months later At first it was sold and sold. If you’re really hoping to buy a small bag of ITX $195, you can Go to the company’s website And add it to your cart – but before you do, it’s probably worth updating yourself on the properties of… Computer 1.
When Teenage Engineering announced the issue, we had some concerns. There is hardly any space for a modern graphics card (even this RTX 3060 Small Bigger than Teenage Engineering recommends), the placement of the airflow looked a bit fishy, and the “think twice, bend once” warning in the assembly manual made the build seem high stakes.
People who have done this since then Built in the box systems Say bending And the airflow isn’t much of an issue, but they also find that the holes don’t come pre-rolled. This means that pulling in them can be a time-consuming forearm exercise – not exactly the experience you’d expect with such an expensive piece. (High quality Mini-ITX bags range from Under $100 to about $200 – but those are usually pre-assembled.)
With all that said, Computer-1 is undoubtedly a fashion statement, something that can’t be said of the fairly ordinary boxes that most home computers connect to (there are, of course, Exceptions). And while there might be better ways to spend $200 on a flat orange computer frame – TE . Play History Designed with panic sound very fun And plenty of style too – you don’t have many other options if you desperately need a computer case that looks inspired Half-life suit HEV. Just be prepared to spend so much for something that you have to bend over and build yourself up; Beauty does not come cheap.
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