Lockable Computer Case

tomd84

Novice Member
Hi, im wondering if you can help me out! im looking for one of them cases that have the fronts that flap out, but i neeed it to be lockable either by key or a padlock that can be attached to stop people from restarting it?

any suggestions

thanks
 

tomd84

Novice Member
Sorry Mod's ive put this in the wrong forum can it be moved to the case forum please?


thanks
 

Moosh

Well-known Member
Moved as requested.

Cheers
Moosh
 

vaiopup

Standard Member
Dunno about newer models but the old Chieftec Dragon/Matrix et al use swinging lockable doors.

Some of the older Antecs too.
 

tomd84

Novice Member
Hi, im wondering if you can help me out! im looking for one of them cases that have the fronts that flap out, but i neeed it to be lockable either by key or a padlock that can be attached to stop people from restarting it?

any suggestions

thanks
where would be the best place to buy them from

thanks :)
 

vaiopup

Standard Member
Hard to find new these days.......will look around.
I have a large blue Matrix that I may be selling if you are interested.

She is a bit heavy though so postage could be steep.
Also have a side window panel for it but if you seek security I'd imagine you'd not want that.

If I find linkys for suitable cases will post them up :)
 

limegreenzx

Banned
where would be the best place to buy them from

thanks :)
You could also try the Antec Sonata III case. The front flap and side are both lockable. It is well designed case and comes with a decent PSU. The case is widely available, just choose your favourite retailer.
 

tomd84

Novice Member
Thanks for them, there a bit out of the price i was hoping to pay, do you think ill find any cheaper ones?
 

mattclarkie

Novice Member
I have a Thermaltake Soprano.

It has a lockable door on the front, and to gain access to the inside you also need to unlock it.


Most Thermaltakes don't come with a PSU, but you can get the cases for around £50 or less if you know where to look.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/101932


It also has a snazzy screw free system to fit stuff but you can use screws if you want.
 

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