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Old 3rd July 2005, 23:06   #1
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Today we take a look at HighSpeed PC’s Tech Station 2, a great way to keep your “out in the open” PC organized. Here's a quote:



Much like the original, the Tech Station 2 is available either as a kit or pre-assembled. Opting for the latter will run you an extra $15 and up to two more days of processing. Personally, I would recommend anyone who purchases this kit to put it together on their own. It does take a bit of time, some sweat, and (as I later found out) a powered screwdriver, but the resulting satisfaction is worth the effort. It's just like putting together a DIY acrylic case. Overall it measures 14" x 13" (version 1 measures 14" x 8") and stands about 8" tall (with roughly 7" of clearance between the two shelves). It's available in black (shown above), white, red, green, blue, and yellow.



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now thats something for my taste, haven't used my case within almost 6 months

just a piece of armafles and a screwdriver, and a hdd bay with my cdrom on it and on top of that my psu

no day it didn't work and havent got any accidents till now
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At the time of writing the older 14" x 8" model will cost you $80 ($95 assembled) while the new version 2 runs for $140 ($155 assembled). This is more than most quality ATX cases.
damn ripoff, i'll build my own desktop bench then
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it's more expensive then Coolermaster Stacker
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