With the HDPLEX H10 Fanless microATX case you can roll your own HTPC
Subject: Systems | February 28, 2011 - 11:56 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
On the market right now are a large number of ION + ATOM prebuilt HTPCs, which look nice and are powerful enough for HTPC and light browsing but feel underpowered to many enthusiasts. That is why products like the HDPLEX H10 are so nice, they let you choose your components and look good at the same time. The rackmount style works well in this case as it would not look out of place in a home theatre cabinet and the fanless design means you don't have to worry about it being in a stack of components. See what SilentPCReview liked about the design and what they'd like to see changed.
"To show off the capabilities of their H10 passively-cooled microATX case, HDPLEX sent us a sample
with a fully assembled system consisting of a Core i3-530, SSD, Blu-ray drive, and fanless 150W power
adapter. Read on to see how this minimalist, super slim, fanless PC case performs."
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- Intel Core i5-2400S and BH67GD Micro-ATX Motherboard Review
- Patriot PBO Core Media Player @ Overclockers Online
- Sapphire EDGE-HD Mini PC @ Tweaktown
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- Boxee Box Review @ Digital Trends
- Gateway SX2851-41 Review @ TechReviewSource
- Lian-Li PC-C50
HTPC Case @ TechwareLabs
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