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When you think of PC cases, oversized enclosures and Vegas-grade neon lighting might immediately come to mind. Teenage Engineering wants to change all that with a unique case called the computer-1. Constructed out of lightweight aluminum, the case arrives as a flat pack design that you build yourself and is powder-coated in a bright ornage finish. The case comes in a mini-ITX form factor and features chrome handles for easy carrying. 


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