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computer case

The cabinet that contains the computer's power supply, motherboard, memory, disk drives and other peripheral control units. See tower case and all-in-one.
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Founded by Johnny Hou and headquartered in Los Angeles CA, the company is best known for being a major manufacturer of computer cases, components, and accessories for the PC enthusiast market since 2004.
The Mac Pro Shock computer case is virtually indestructible as it absorbs the shocks, impacts and vibrations that cannot be avoided when in the air on a train or merely driving this nation's highways and byways.
The side panel of a computer case might now be fitted with a clear plastic window with or without laser engraving--to show off internal components and some of the visual effects chassis a distinctive generated by LEDs, electroluminescent wire lights, and cold cathode lights that evoke the look of the movie TRON.
In one Circuit City store, about 22 notebook computer cases are positioned directly across from the notebook PCs to facilitate a mix-and-match browsing experience.
You can prevent dongle theft by threading a thin piece of aircraft cable through them and bolting the cable directly to the computer case.
A parallel set of statements in the computer case is: tomorrow the screen will be blue, the next day the screen will be blue, the day after that it win be blue, and so on.
Computer manufacturers are now selling models, such as Dell's OptiPlex GX240, that come equipped with additional duct fans to remove heat from the computer case.
While conventional air coolers cannot lower temperatures below that of the (warm) air inside the computer case, Active Cool's solid-state thermo-electric heat pump cools processors to 26[degrees]C when running typical office applications, allowing tolerance for hot spots while preventing condensation.
Because so many business travellers have identical models, Cheung suggests they tape some form of identification to their computer case to ensure they don't pick up someone else's laptop.
In a computer case, the defendant's ability to have meaningful access to prepare his defense is vital,'' Randolph said.
Going back to the personal computer case, little Apple made it on the basis of technology appropriated from big Xerox; Microsoft made it by getting a crucial contract from IBM; and so on.