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    An ITX Case With A Twist!

    Hey folks, just noticed this over at Fudzilla, Gigabyte are releasing an ITX case with a monitor stand, looks nice, supposed to be quite cheap too.

    http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/15517/1/

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    Re: An ITX Case With A Twist!

    That's really nice - not overly pretty but definitely a neat idea.
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    Re: An ITX Case With A Twist!

    It's a nice idea, but lacks style. If I were to go for ITX it'd be because I want something small and pretty; there's no shortage of mid-size mATX desktop cases out there otherwise...

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    Re: An ITX Case With A Twist!

    Quite like it but i have to say i would prefer a VESA stand which had a clamp for ITX systems as it gives you a bit more flexibility

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    Re: An ITX Case With A Twist!

    Nice idea, badly executed.

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    Re: An ITX Case With A Twist!

    I'd rather some more VESA mountable cases were made.

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