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- eskro - 2012-01-07 06:18
bckane Wrote:Im not running no app.......but I'm running openelec its all build in
try to use an Harmony remote
r1lee Wrote:Aside from XBMC minimizing, does the software do anything you dont like? The thermaltake is one of my top choices for my new build.
- TeKo - 2012-01-07 06:18
Hehe like I said only knew the EU price which is about 300€ so I though like always US is half that
- dascmo - 2012-01-07 23:10
bluray Wrote:Actually, that is not a bad deal for a very well built silent OrigenAE M10 case with display, remote and 150W passive PSU. It's not very far off from the $119 Silvertone SG06B.
Note that the optical drive is not included either and would need to be a specific drive so the eject button lines. up.
Cost: $329 USD - no Optical drive but includes VFD also an option to change VFD for linux compatible for +$10.
Same case without the VFD is available for 239
- bluray - 2012-01-08 03:18
dascmo Wrote:Note that the optical drive is not included either and would need to be a specific drive so the eject button lines. up.I haven't see any case include BD-ROM yet, but it can easily added afterward!
- burritoboy9984 - 2012-01-09 16:21
I like my ML02 a great deal. However I really liked the Ahanix MCE301 that someone mentioned earlier in this thread. Especially since it allows for a full size drive. For the itx footprints, I would say the Origin M10 hands down.
- publicENEMY - 2012-01-09 17:21
im leaning towards lian li. but the lack for internal remote support really sucks. is it possible to drill a hole for ir receiver inside the case? im havent seen any internal ir receiver in real life, so i dont know if that is possible.
RE: - Dougie Fresh - 2012-03-30 00:49
(2012-01-04 16:38)regnets Wrote: I like this one:
I found this thread thanks to the picture above. If you Google "mini itx htpc case" you'll find this thread!
I've been doing my own looking around for a cool mini HTPC case. That case above is the HT60.That case has a bigger brother too, HT80, with an ODD and an IR window.
The only place in the US I found it is here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-HT80-mini-ITX-HTPC-Media-Center-desktop-computer-case-with-120W-PSU/251028676596?ssPageName=WDVW&rd=1&ih=015&category=3669&cmd=ViewItem
I cannot find the HT60 other than on a Chinese website.
RE: What is the most beautiful HTPC case? - eskro - 2012-03-30 03:00
HT80 is Sweet
RE: What is the most beautiful HTPC case? - Dougie Fresh - 2012-03-30 04:01
There's even an HT100 with a LCD window that looks a lot like an OrigenAE case. I have no idea if any available LCD (which seems to be either iMon VFD or nMediaPC LCD) would fit though. Again, only available on a Chinese website.
While we (or I) am dreaming:
Except in black.
RE: What is the most beautiful HTPC case? - solamnic - 2012-07-26 14:30
Those cases are from a company named Surelink...
I think they are really beautiful, although i can't comment on their performance since i havent read any reviews :0
Still they are really good looking (although the micro atx one (last one) looks like a wesena case - only available on chinese site)...
Btw the first two are mini itx (with no IR) and the 3d one is Micro Atx (with IR as option)