One of the great things about PC’s is the huge range of configurations which anyone can build for themselves, funds permitting. Of course there are other aspects which play a part such as space and while we would all love a massive case with all the high end components available inside it is often not possible. For those who need, or want a smaller system there are pre built mini-pcs which are often entry level spec, or we can build our own.
For anyone looking to build their own compact system, whether it be a desktop or maybe a HTPC, Cubitek offer the Mini Cube. Compatible with Mini-ITX boards and featuring enough space to route wiring behind the motherboard tray… as well as fit in a GTX 690 this could be the solution to a number of consumers builds.
Packaging and Bundle
Cubitek package the Mini Cube in a reasonably compact, plain brown box and inside the case is suspended in foam and wrapped in a plastic bag. Bundled with the case we get some product documentation and a wide range of components used to install parts in our case… each mini-bag is labelled to help us too which is a nice touch.
There was a time a few years ago that Hi-Fi/AMP like HTPC cases were everywhere. That has changed a bit in recent times due to some excellent m-ATX boards allowing builds in compact chassis however there is still something about the home theatre component style of design which can be appealing...