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ASUS TM-210 Black 0.6mm SECC MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case 300W Power Supply

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  • 0.6mm SECC MicroATX Mini Tower
  • 2 x USB2.0 ; 1 x Mic ; 1 x SPK Front Ports
  • 300W Power Supply
  • 2 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 3 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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  • Warranty & Returns
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The ASUS TM-210 mini-tower case offers sleek, contemporary style and superior performance for your MicroATX system. The convenient front I/O panel puts four USB 2.0 ports, a FireWire port, and audio jacks right at your fingertips, and the on/off button glows blue when the system is running.

The heat-shedding metal body and 80mm exhaust fan keep all your components running cool and smooth. Concealed drive fronts maintain the case's clean appearance when not in use. The interior has two 5.25" external, two 3.5" external, and three 3.5" internal drive bays, and 4 expansion slots. Your MicroATX system never looked so good!

  • newegg Usable Expandability with 7 Drive Bays The ASUS TM-210 provides usable expandability with two external 5.25" and five 3.5” drive bays (two external and three internal).
  • newegg Built-in 300W PSU The ASUS TM-210 is equipped with a 300W power supply unit to handle typical power consumption for most MicroATX systems.
  • newegg Convenient Front I/O Panel The ASUS TM-210 features a convenient front I/O panel for easy access to four USB 2.0, one IEEE 1394 and two audio ports.

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Douglas M.
  • 10/22/2008 10:58:34 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsBetter than expected!

Pros: * Good fit & finish
* Good internal layout
* Good cable length from power supply

Cons: * Power button LED is bright enough to light up a room
* Rear exhaust fan is somewhat noisy (well, it's the noisiest thing in the system)

Other Thoughts: * A removable drive cage would have been great, but I'm being too hard on an inexpensive chassis.
* This is a good case when you have relatively light system component requirements.
* This is an excellent value.

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5 out of 5 eggsLook, size, sexiness! Eeverything you want in a case

Pros: I bought this case after owning a ASUS Vintage-AE1 bare-bones case for over a year (solid case and power supply). I expect this to perform the same or better. If you are looking for a case with a small foot-print and style, then you definitely want to buy this case! I think it has good airflow, but I'm no expert in that area. Pretty easy to put together if you are an experienced computer builder. Roomy enough to get parts in and out easily too. Solid build and materials. Great quality for the price.

Cons: Getting the CD drives flush with the flaps and button could be a little easier. It may take you a few tries to get the CD drives aligned right (flush with flaps) in order for the tray(s) to open as expected without jamming. Took me a few tries, but I got it.

Other Thoughts: A DVD-RW drive with a flat face (as opposed to one that bubbles out like Lite-ON drives do) is easier put in place with the flaps.

Once you have the CD drives in properly its one of the best looking cases you'll ever own (to date anyways). I would like to see this case without the flaps or a dedicate space on the front for a floppy (like on my AE1 case, which I don't use).

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  • Larry E.
  • 6/3/2008 9:28:15 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsFrustrating case

Pros: Solid, sturdy feel. Nice-looking glossy finish. The power supply didn't sound TOO loud to me, as some reviewers found it. Overall fit & finish good.

There is a front power LED, I think -- the area around the power switch lights up when the computer's on. With no instruction sheet, it's very difficult to know how to attach all wires.

Cons: Comes not fully assembled -- there's a metal panel that surrounds the rear ports that has to be put on first, before the motherboard goes in. I didn't know this.

No instruction sheet.

You have to remove the faceplate of optical (CD) drives to get them in the case, and then a mongoloid arrangement of case-button-hits-plastic tab, plastic-tab-hits-drive button, opens the CD drive. That plastic tab is going to flex so many times, then it's going to break off. Also, the plastic tab doesn't line up perfectly with the CD drive's button. Press hard.

Only one SATA power lead.

For all drives: you can put mounting screws in one side only, the TOP side (as the computer lies on its side). The bottom or other side of the drives can't be reached by human means.

Other Thoughts: Best way to use the case seems to be: disconnect the spring that holds optical-drive doors shut, and then flip it up and down manually. Press the mongoloid inner plastic tab to open and close drive. Luckily, the doors knock off the case really easily, so most likely, while fooling with the case and mounting the drives, you'll knock the doors off anyway.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/21/2008 10:24:08 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice case....good value..Asus Quality as always!

Pros: Price and appearence. Nice basic case built from good quality materials. Power supply is good for a basic build and is stable for what it is rated at.

Cons: None yet except it wasnt free.

Other Thoughts: This case makes a good basic computer case for the home or office. I have built 14 of these with zero problems. All have ASUS P5KPL-CM motherboards with Intel Core2 Quad Q6400s and 2GB ram in them,and using 160gb WD HDD and DVD R/W drives. Good basic value systems.

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  • Joshua L.
  • 4/13/2008 2:31:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Does what it needs to do. Looks nice and does not take up much room.

Cons: Case fan is somewhat loud at times. Other than that nothing.

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  • Eva K.
  • 4/10/2008 3:35:32 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsOverall, just what I was looking for.

Pros: This case is super sleek, with room for more than enough drives (for me, anyway) Although it didn't come with instructions, it was simple to assemble and all panels, including the front, come off and on with relative ease.

Cons: The stock fan is pretty loud, I replaced it after two days, there was no way I could sleep while it was running. Disc drives must be manually pushed shut, as the button that opens the drive is inaccessible when open. Also, my front audio ports don't appear to be working, although the front USBs work fine.

Other Thoughts: The power LED is blue when the computer is on, and flickers purple when "thinking". Also, the front panel ports only include audio and 2 USBs, with punch-outs for 2 more USBs and a firewire.

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  • Anthony M.
  • 3/20/2008 5:55:13 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsCheap, Avoid

Pros: Good looking design. Low Price

Cons: Cheap quality. Two of the threads that hold the mobo in place stripped out. The power supply is DOA. Save your money for a better quality case.

Other Thoughts: Am I the only one that has these experiences with this case? The dead power supply I can understand, but the screw threads should NOT have stripped out so easily!

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  • Andrija P.
  • 3/10/2008 10:43:29 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWell Designed Case

Pros: Slick case, with plenty of room inside and a good compromise between features and size (3 HD slots, 2 drive slots, a floppy slot), good air hole placement, rounded corners inside and easy access to plentiful screw holes.
The power supply runs quietly (has asus certified sticker on it) and is plenty strong (for me).

Cons: No manual and the wires are a little ambiguous (2 pin PWR SRC plug and 2x1 pin PWR+ and PWR- plugs-the latter are for the case leds). The case fan is terribly loud (but has good airflow). Buy one with the case so that you reduce shipping costs, maybe.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/1/2008 4:23:26 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsneed redesign for functionality improvement

Pros: Thin, fully black, nice gloss looking front. Springed 5.25" bay door. After taking some patience to put everything it look quite nice and a space saver. Also you do not need to mount your own screws for the motherboard. I use the included 300watt psu for my other older computer.

Cons: The front 80mm fan has the power button and led in the middle of it which makes no sense, fortunately I can bend the wires and loop it outside and back into the case and was able to install a fan without having it caught on the wires. There is another problem after you get it installed is that it will interfere with your last harddrive slot so you can't installed it. And that it is in a position to only cool one hdd. The usb/audio panel should be to the side of the 3.5" opening, not all the way in the bottom.

The two 5.25" bay doors are flimsy, the buttons doesn't have a good feel to it so I have to press it more than once sometimes, and when the dvd-tray closes, it can get stuck by these two bumps on the bay door.

I was not able to insert two of my powersupply without forcing it in a bit.

I don't see any other brand have more than 3harddrives slot either, but I don't understand why they can't just drill a few more holes so I can use more than 3 harddrives. But I stuffed my 4t

Other Thoughts: This was actaully my first time building a microatx computer so I took sometimes with it, but it clearly has some problems as stated above. But I understand it is really cramped with the case size, but I really wouldn't mind if it was an inch longer and higher to solve some of the problems. I was able to screw in a 120mm fan on the side panel and the rear 80mm port has holes that fit a 92mm fan. The harddrives will protrude so you will need to remove it everytime to change rams or some connections. DO NOT buy a large cpu cooler or you will a lot of problems with installing the harddrives. You should not have a dual slot video card or try to overclock with this case, it will create a lot of heat problems.

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  • Andrew T.
  • 2/15/2008 2:15:59 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggs

Pros: It's a very nice case. The front looks incredibly, especially with the drive bays. Installation was no problem. Holds full size ATX Power supplies (stay away from mATX, they don't really fit) and full size graphics cards.

Cons: No instructions whatsoever. The stealth drive bays, while nice-looking, cause my CD Drive to retreat back into the case every time I hit eject, which is a pain. Case looks like it would have a power LED on the front, but it doesn't. Product mislabeling, see below.

Other Thoughts: READ THIS!
When I ordered this case in late January, the product was listed as having 4 USB ports, a Firewire port, and 2 audio ports in the front. The one I ended up receiving looks like the one on this page (Audio and 2 USB, no Firewire). Newegg has updated the images and partially the specs, but it still says there's a Firewire port on the front. There isn't. Where it's supposed to be is simply a little metal sheet. Check the pictures if you don't believe me.

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