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This review is from: LIAN LI Black Aluminum PC-Q09FNB Mini ITX Media Center / HTPC Case
Pros: Beautiful HTPC case. It looks great with my other Audio/Video equipment.
Small but still plenty of room for my build.
There is plenty of airflow to keep the components cool.
I really like the screw less opening features.
Cons: The power supply is a little louder than I would've liked, but I can live with it.
Even though only a Slim style DVD can be used in this case there is no Slim SATA power lead off of the power supply and no adapter from SATA to Sim SATA was included with the case
Other Thoughts: Some have complained about the metal legs. I just popped off the bottom and removed them, 4 screws. I replaced them with 4 nice thick felt pads.
Instead of powering the Chassis off of a power supply lead, I removed the power adapter and plugged it into the motherboard. This allows the fan speed to be controlled by the motherboard tuning software.
This review is from: Lenovo IdeaPad A2109 (22901DU) 9-inch 16GB Tablet PC - Black
Pros: My Lenovo A2109 was updated to Jelly Bean 4.1.1
This is a great tablet. I had it since the week it was released, and I love it.
Cons: No cons - this is a great tablet for the price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is a great case. It looks nice next to my other A/V equipment.
It is a small case, but I didn't have a problem fitting my components in that space. You can use any Micro ATX Motherboard if you are using a DVD drive. (See Note about BluRay drives in Cons)
I have had no trouble with the power supply, it is a great deal that it is included with the case.
Cons: Not really a Con, but you need to be aware to use a small Motherboard if you wish to accommodate a BluRay Drive in this case. Look at a BIOSTAR A880G+ AM3 AMD 880G HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard, this works great.
You will need the power splitter cable to connect to more than one SATA Drive. I used a Rosewill 8" Sata Power Splitter Cable Model RCW-302
Plan on replacing the case fan with a quieter model, you need this for a HTPC. Look at the Scythe S-FLEX SFF80B 80mm Case Fan.
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