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Originally available in an orange RAL 2004 powder-coated finish, Teenage Engineering's computer-1 case returns in raw anodized aluminum. The monochromatic finish gives the case a futuristic look while also maintaining the features of the previous case. The flat-pack design bends into its final shape, which can fit a mini-ITX motherboard and an SFX power supply. The case also has handles to make it easier to lug around and everything you need is in the package...except for the computer, of course. 


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