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Old 17th February 2008, 13:13   #1
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Default bGears b-Envi SFF Case Review

Today for review I've got the b-Envi SFF case from bGears and it's a nice case overall packed with several cool features like a built in removable 2.5" hard drive enclosure, 58-in-1 card reader and quiet 120mm fan. The b-Envi is an all aluminum case making it very lightweight and portable with room for two hard drives and one optical drive. The first thing that struck me about this case was the fact that there are no buttons on it, it features a touch sensitive panel with 'buttons' that light up to be touched when you want to power of/off or reset the system, it even has an automatic locking mechanism so the 'buttons' can't be accidentally touched.

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