You can now buy a custom APC case

Remember the Android PC (APC) mini mother board from VIA Technologies Inc., a manufacturer of integrated circuits based in Taiwan? At the time it was released, it’s form-factor, known as Neo-ITX, did not fit any available computer case.

Now, that has changed. A custom case has been released for Neo-ITX motherboards that fits the APC just right. The AM-01, from APEX, measures 20.3cm x 6.1cm x 10.8cm (8” x 2.4” x 4.25”), and retails for just under USD $20.00.

APCcase

More information about it from here.

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2 Comments

  1. Pingback: Links 30/12/2012: PulseAudio 3.0, GNOME Adds Privacy | Techrights

  2. my understand was this form factor was compatible with mini-ITX or whatever, and any of those cases would work, even though “oversized”

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