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Sunbeam Trio Mid-Tower Case Review

Posted on Sunday, June 19 2005 @ 12:54:00 CEST by LSDsmurf


The premise behind the Trio name and design is the inclusion of three Analog style gauges which provide information on Volume level, Fan Speed and Temperature. While the Analog style gauges provide a retro look and feel, the design of the Trio is more modernized and futuristic. The Sunbeam Trio Case measures approximately 430mm (H) x 200mm (W) x 440mm (D) and is light weight at 7.8kg. The case supports mATX and Full ATX motherboard formats and is packaged with a generic 450W PSU. The eye candy for Sunbeam Trio Mid-Tower Case besides the Analog gauges is the inclusion of a pre-modified side panel window, show car paint finish and matching mesh material used on the front bezel for ventilation.



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