Luxa2 LM100 Mini Enclosure unveiled

Posted on Friday, Apr 03 2009 @ 01:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Luxa2, ThermalTake's luxury brand, has introduced the LM100 Mini HTPC case. It will be available in May, full specs at Luxa2.
From any angle of view, the LM100 Mini is remarkable. Its size is amazingly slim and compact with an all aluminum finish body. It fits the tone of your home decoration and is the ideal mate to build your miniature entertainment system. With its extremely tiny size, LM100 Mini instantly gives more space and tidiness to your living room and redefines your home entertainment system.

The entire enclosure is constructed and polished with 5mm solid piece of aluminum to reduce vibration and isolate noise. To ensure the perfection on every surface, brushed finish process is carefully applied on LM100 Mini.

LM100 Mini remote controller, a comfortable and advanced design completed through the expert experience. The PAD is designed to be used as four (up, down, left, right) arrow buttons on keyboard and is very useful on applications such as MultiMedian and Windows Media Center.

LM100 mini has a build-in VFD module in the front panel. The advanced IR receiver and VFD display device not only delivers IR signal to PC but also shows various useful information through VFD. It is designed to fit into the 5.25" disk drive bay of PC and shows "Graphical EQ", "System Info", "Media Info", "Email Check", "News", "World City Time & Weather" and much more. All the information could be displayed automatically according to the scenario.

LM100 Mini supports Mini-ITX form factor. Although LM100 Mini size is small, it has the capability to accommodate a full-fledged system with Intel hottest energy saving platform. With HDMI motherboard integration, your LM100 Mini will easily turn into your entertainment center in the living room.


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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