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Hardware News   Hardware News : Mirage A1200 Tower Case Review
   posted by MikeB on 11-Jun-2003 6:58:56 (1460 reads)
SWAUG.org.uk has reviewed the new A1200 Mirage Tower case, which is the successor to the Elbox Power Tower.
    

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Bodie 
Re: Mirage A1200 Tower from Elbox
Posted on 11-Jun-2003 7:02:34
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From: Azjol-Nerub

It's a giant .

IMHO, not a bad looking case, better than some of the other cases which have been used to tower Amigas. (The A4000T and A3000T is still the best though ).

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BrianHoskins 
Re: Mirage A1200 Tower Case Review
Posted on 11-Jun-2003 8:03:13
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From: South Wales, UK

Yeah it certainly does stand tall, but it's worked out great for me because my desk isn't quite big enough to acommodate my 19" monitor. I've got the Mirage and an EyetechEZ tower neatly standing to the side of the desk, and the Monitor lives on there - works out prefect hehe.

It's a lovely looking tower compared to other freely available Amiga towers as well :)

Brian

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Re: Mirage A1200 Tower Case Review
Posted on 11-Jun-2003 8:36:55
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From: The City of Xebec's Demise

What I would have given to have had a tower which I could just fasten the mobo in place like this...!

(I got one of the early Eyetech towers, and needed to do a fair amount of DIY in order to build a mounting frame, etc.)


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Re: Mirage A1200 Tower Case Review
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about the same size as my EZ Tower


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Re: Mirage A1200 Tower Case Review
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From: Izmir Turkiye

Never since before ?


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