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Thursday, 24 May 2007 18:49

SilverStone SST-ML02 launched

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Elegant and slim multimedia case

 

Silverstone has announced the launch of its new multimedia case, which can easily find its way into any living room.

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The new case is available in two flavors, SST-ML02-MXR and SST-ML02-R. The only difference between the two is a remote control and a display with multilanguage support. Both of the cases come with a 52 in 1 card reader and are only 82 mm high. The case supports mini-ITX, micro-ATX and DTX motherboards, and has a room for a single expansion card thanks to a riser card. Riser cards for both PCI and PCI-Express are supplied with the case. Cooling is done by mesh grill ventilation and the case comes with four fanholders for 50mm fans. Case also comes equipped with a fanless 120W PSU.

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Recommended retail prices are €141 and €191 without VAT, and they are available in Europe from now.


 

 

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