Is Psile the new ultimate mini-box?

Written by Wil Harris

October 12, 2006 | 17:08

Companies: #nexus

The guys over at Mini-ITX.com gave us a heads up on their latest small form factor case - the Nexus Psile.

It's a small, Shuttle-like system that takes mini-ITX components and has a very sleek, minimalist look, with an aluminium frame and slot-loading DVD drive.

The case can be customised based on your own artwork - so if you're handy with Photoshop, you can send a design off to Nexus for them to make for your case.

Inside there's noise-dampening material, a drive cage that doubles as a heatsink and enough room for an expansion card, if you want add-in graphics.

The Psile is just under 200 quid, which is not a bad price for the materials and the awesome looks you are getting. Of course, that Core 2 Duo board to squeeze inside might cost a bit more...

Let us know your thoughts on the Psile over in the forums.
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