In Win's Unusual H-Frame Case Shrunk to ITX Standard

edwardquilo - January 14, 2013 07:22AM in Cases

In Win's H-Frame is possibly one of the most unique cases you'll ever see built, which was lauded for its daring design and quality but lost marks for being too costly for the average PC enthusiast. In Win now looks to ready to take that unusual design to Lilliputian levels with the H-Frame Mini. Details were scarce, but the H-Frame Mini manages to squeeze in a 120W PSU, comes with USB 3.0 output and will be released in a variety of colors. Compared to its bigger mid-tower sibling, the ITX-based chassis has the dwarfish dimensions of 263 x 122 x 273 mm, but retains the same open-frame concept that's bound to attract dust on your hardware too. Still, if you're looking to build a tiny PC that's scores high on uncommon design, the H-Frame Mini seems like a good bet.