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NMediaPC 1080P HTPC Case Review

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NMediaPC adds another HTPC case to their extensive home theater product line



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Home theater setups still pretty popular in some circles, especially with the availability of Blu-ray components and smaller form factor motherboards supporting full-size processors. NMediaPC has been in the HTPC game for some time now, and their new 1080P aims at giving users a micro ATX solution that won't be detectable as a PC on most entertainment centers. It's sleek, low-profile design (and $59 price tag) should draw a crowd at many online etailers.

 



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NMedia created an acrylic sliding door that hides a memory card reader, DVD or Blu-ray optical drive, and even has room for an optional LCD display. I was a bit disappointed that the LCD display didn't come standard with this unit, but at least users can choose what type of character display they want and not be pigeon-holed into using the one provided by the manufacturer. The only two features outside of the sliding door are the aluminum and acrylic power and reset buttons.

 



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The interior of the 1080P is pretty spacious and includes two 80mm fans that should provide good air crossflow over the motherboard and other components. This case can also handle three 3.5" hard drives and a full ATX power supply.



NMediaPC 1080P HTPC Case Features

  • Support ATX power supply
  • Support Micro ATX and Mini ITX motherboard
  • 3 X 3.5" internal bays for media data
  • Easy upfront access digital connection interfaces
  • HD Audio; SDHC 2.0 All-in-1 Card Reader; USB 2.0 X 2
  • Support low profile (short height) PCI card expansion
  • Aluminum panel with Acrylic mirror sliding door
  • Compact size and feel
  • Optional upgrade on 20x2 programmable MCE LCD module
  • Innovated architecture makes your installation easy
  • Quiet as always

June 28, 2011 | 09:44 PM - Posted by Johnny Boy (not verified)

Nice case looks like it will be perfect for any home theater PC.

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