Chroma Announces a New and Affordable Do-It-Yourself A1200 Tower Case

THE CHEAPEST A1200 TOWER IN THE UK ?

Chroma announces a new DIY A1200 tower case which undercuts the rest by POUNDS.

The T-CASE

The full size tower will take an A1200 motherboard, complete with its plastic base, allowing complete access to the ports at the rear of the machine. The user is still able to install a complete PC system or Zorro slot array with the Amiga in place.

Versatile cable arrangements allow the use of the internal PSU or original "powerbrick" for motherboard power and the PCMCIA slot is still accessible for use with a Squirrel or similar device.

The tower, which has the same case as another leading "easy-fit" design, is available in an inexpensive DIY format (for the user to convert for Amiga use) with a comprehensive illustrated printed conversion guide, or in fully converted form.

The imposing tower has ten drive bays and comes complete with 230 watt PSU, UK mains plug, screws/spacers/cable ties/2-part stand/guide. To complete a tower system, a keyboard+adapter and floppy drives+adapter are required along with any IDE or SCSI peripherals/interfaces.

Prices: UKP 79.99  (DIY)
        UKP 105.99 (Converted)
        Plus delivery charge

The same case design is also available for IDE or SCSI towers, in desktop, mini or miditower formats.

Contact:
Steve Hall
Chroma
153 Holt Road
Fakenham
Norfolk NR21 8JF
UK

Tel: 01328 862693
E-mail: chromanet@aol.com

Details and picture on Chroma`s website http://members.aol.com/chromanet/


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