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D.Vine5 HTPC case?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by CrispyXUK, Feb 19, 2004.

  1. CrispyXUK

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    Doesn't that look like one of the alternative Dign cases?
     
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    yes it is, but I cant find any suppliers of them :(
     
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    This company were stocking them back in October :-

    KAD Computers
    KAD House
    Portsmouth Road
    Esher
    Surrey
    KT10 9AD

    01372 470102

    Contact is Doug Hamilton :- Doug@kadcomputers.com

    The cost of the case is £250.00 +VAT and this includes the VFD,
    Remote control and PSU.


    Accent will be lauching their new case, the HT400 in a few weeks time. QuietPC will be distributing them. This case is 402mm in depth compaired to the 452mm of the Dvine5.
     
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    I bought mine from the US. It was £242 which was fine because I paid with Paypal and had a load of funds in that account anyway.
    Got stung by Parcelforce in the UK for the duty though. An extra £50.

    Love it to bits.:smoke:
     

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