Anidees Introduces its AI-4B Mini-Tower Enclosure

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Measuring just about a foot and a third long and tall, it could save you some space if all you need is a microATX mo-bo, and I'm thinking there are a lot of decent ones out there, though I can't say for sure.
Seems like a shame though that the PSU seems to up top. Is there a removable drive cage to this thing. Where exactly can you stash 4 2.5"/3.5" drives, behind the mo-bo tray? Because I only see one place up top and a potential one down below.
The price tag isn't that appealing (to me) either.
 

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That's a nice looking case. Has a little bit of understated design to it but it looks like it's more than a just a metal box. Appears that they are aiming for a quiet case as with the vibration damped fans and the solid side pannels. Hopefully the build quality is good - sometimes if the case it lighter than it looks, it might mean there's too much plastic.

Agree with the OP on where to mount the drive and the location for the power supply - what's the system for attaching additional drives? Were the drive cages removed?
 

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If it's a well built and quiet case, the price may be worth it.

Have to agree with you on the power supply location and confusion of the locations for the drives.

Plenty of quality Micro-ATX boards out there with features to match full ATX boards. My next build will be micro-atx so I'm interested in taking a closer look at this case when it comes out. Hopefully Tom's does a review.
 
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