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Teenage Engineering PC Case

Give your boring desktop PC a funky new look with the new Teenage Engineering PC Case. The ITX PC case is named the Computer-1, it is made from 1mm-thick powder-coated aluminum, and comes flat-packed meaning you have to build it yourself. The stylish PC chassis is painted in a vibrant orange powder-coated finish, comes in a mini-ITX form factor and features chrome handles for easy carrying. You can follow the step-by-step assembly guide (PDF), or build one of these sets yourself using the plans from Teenage Engineering. You will need your own laser cutting machine, or a way to 3D print similar parts.



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