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Scythe Launches the Kama Panel 3.5

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  1. malware New Member

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    Scythe has manufactured yet another front panel, called Kama Panel, that may suit well to your case and needs. The Kama Panel takes one 3.5-inch and offers a card reader that supports all current flash formats, 2-channel fan controller and the possibility to relocate one SATA / USB port and the rear audio connection (Headphones, Microphone) to the front panel. Already shipping, the Kama Panel 3.5" comes in black color and has a recommended price tag of $27 or 21 Euro.

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    Ooh, that is quite a comprehensive multi-panel there. I like the idea of having a li'l bit of everything in one panel as opposed to a separate fan controller and i/o panel when I only need a couple fan channels and a few i/o.
     
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    That is a smart I/O panel. I really like the inclusion of the SATA connectors, very convenient.
     
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    Me too, very awesome and very cheap!!
     
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    The only panel I think I might want more than this is the 5.25" version. But this would be nice to have so I can fill my 3.5" bay with something other than a floppy drive, and at the same time accomplish something else I've been meaning to do: replace my formerly top-mounted i/o (gone now since it broke) with a front-mounted i/o.
     

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