New Mini-ITX Systems from Casetronic
March 11, 2003
Casetronic have announced two new "mini CheckerCube" systems, based on the EPIA M and standard EPIA motherboards. The C134 (pictured above) measures a tiny 51x178x254 mm (HxWxD) and manages to cram in an EPIA M motherboard, slimline CD/DVD and hard drive, powered by a seperate power supply.
The C136 supports the 'classic' EPIA, and is modelled here. But the most interesting thing about these cases is they are the same size as a standard European car stereo. It is unclear at present if this is a target market or simply a coincedence, and whether Casetronic will be suggesting this as a possible use. We wouldn't recommend connecting a PC directly to the 12V supply of a vehicle without regulating it first, so auxillary components may be required.
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