This HTPC is a pyramid scheme
Subject: Systems | July 19, 2006 - 10:58 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
In their newest system review, [H] looks at the Maingear Prysma HTPC. Maingear has manged to put a lot of powerful components in a uniquely shaped case, and bundled lots of goodies to make the setup easier.
"This is the second evaluation for Maingear. Our Maingear Prelude has been one of the better
evaluation systems to come through the [H] Consumer offices. They are currently in second place for
the highest score given to a system, following only OverdrivePC. We were more than impressed with
every facet of our experience; from build quality, to tech support, to our system's actual
performance. Frankly, they went above and beyond what we expect from not only the major OEMs, but the
boutiques as well. They showed that they stand by their computers and every claim they made on their
website was evidenced somehow in our system. Our most significant criticism was the price. You pay a
sizable price premium for a Maingear system, but unlike other integrators, you are most definitely
getting something for your money."
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
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- Ultra MicroFly Case at
- Ultra MicroFly Micro ATX
Case @ 3dGameMan
NSK2400 Micro-ATX Chassis Review @ Virtual-Hideout
Mega mPC 945 SFF PC @ HotHardware
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