Case cracker | Article about case cracker by The Free Dictionary
case crackerA tool used to "crack" open the cases of various desktop computers without damaging them. Typically used on tower models, the case cracker's thin, spatula-like ends are inserted between the front bezel and the metal case, and the handles are pushed together to pry the case open.
|A case cracker is used to pry open a computer case without damage, compared to using a screwdriver. (Image courtesy of Tecra Tools, Inc., www.tecratools.com)|
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