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Akasa Galileo Review

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SchizoFrog 14th August 2013, 13:16 Quote
'The second is a new fanless mini-ITX case, designed for slim-type mini-ITX motherboards, called the Galileo. Then, following on from the Euler, the Galileo is a slightly longer, more expensive case, which is designed from the ground up to be as skinny as possible.'

This doesn't make sense, did you mean to end the first sentence with 'Euler'?
Combatus 14th August 2013, 15:46 Quote
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Originally Posted by SchizoFrog
'The second is a new fanless mini-ITX case, designed for slim-type mini-ITX motherboards, called the Galileo. Then, following on from the Euler, the Galileo is a slightly longer, more expensive case, which is designed from the ground up to be as skinny as possible.'

This doesn't make sense, did you mean to end the first sentence with 'Euler'?

We've tweaked this now so it makes more sense :D
SchizoFrog 14th August 2013, 20:53 Quote
A, yes indeed it does. Thanks. :)
bawjaws 14th August 2013, 22:24 Quote
I'm sure that one day, an article will be posted on this site that doesn't contain a single typo or error. It'll be awesome because we'll then have discussions about the stuff being reviewed rather than proof reading the articles :D

I think this case is a nice idea but looks really dull: even though the build quality seems top-notch, it just isn't very stylish, imo. Also, I'd like to see some front USB ports hidden behind a cover or something, so that they don't stick out like a sore thumb but are still available if required.
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