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Protect and accent your computer on your desk with the teenage engineering computer–1 PC chassis. Made of aluminum for a lightweight, sturdy design, this office gadget adds a simple, no-frills look to your computer at work. Moreover, it measures 147 mm wide by 275.5 mm tall for ample room for your computer. It even has enough space for an SFX power supply and a dual-slot up to 180 mm. It arrives in a build-it-yourself flat-pack design, requiring some hands-on effort. Plus, the aluminum is flexible enough to bend into shape while remaining sturdy enough to secure your components. Finally, its pure orange RAL 2004 powder-coated finish makes it stand out in the office. All the while, its petite size provides a space-saving form.

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