Tuesday, December 17th 2013

Spire Introduces the Senna Micro ATX Enclosure

Introducing the new arrival Micro ATX chassis codenamed: Senna. This cool meshed and contemporary Micro ATX case is bold and packed with all the quality features you're looking for in a Micro ATX chassis. The front design whispers coolness and simplicity, with easy access to four USB ports, 3 * USB2.0 and 1 * USB3.0. parallel positioned are the HD/AC97 Audio ports for high quality audio.

Full main-board tray with large surface area and cut-out mainboard tray that gives PC builders the room they need to assemble and install the CPU Cooler. Top and front re-enforced drive bay rack, for secure mounting of Optical-Drives and Data-Drives. Thermally advanced, by the support of three (3) fan mount locations, in the rear, front and side. Quality and efficiency guaranteed, backed by our solid 2 year warranty and service program. Powered by Innovation from Spire.
Main Features:
  • Meshed front panel, Contemporary & Modern design
  • Durable and sturdy 0.4mm SGCC metal structure
  • Front-side USB3.0 / USB2.0 and HD/AC97 Audio ports
  • Full Folded, Full Screen and Radiation protected
  • Micro ATX and Mini ITX Motherboard, Compatible
  • Ventilated side panel for cool air intake
  • Rear, front and side 90mm or 80mm fan spaces
  • Pre-assembled with 420W PFC ATX power supply unit
  • Backed by 2 years manufacturer warranty
  • Part number: SP3601B-420WPFC22-U3
  • Codenamed: Senna
  • Manufacturer suggested retail price USD 54.99 / EURO 41.95 (EX VAT)
Product Includes:
  • User manual
  • Warranty service card
  • Pouch required installation screws
  • 1.5M power cord
The Senna Micro ATX PC enclosure is now available from Spire Shenzhen, China. European distribution roll out will commence at the beginning of January.
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3 Comments on Spire Introduces the Senna Micro ATX Enclosure

Nothing to see here but another generic case design that's been prevalent for many a year.....

The only good news is it comes with a pre-fitted 420w PSU.

Cheap office build? Maybe... but there are cheaper, more compelling options out there should you need a solution like this.
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Having just built in the N200 I would say this is pretty similar. Doesn't seem to have dusty filters though
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Dear case manufacturers,

Please take your single USB 3.0 ports and go f**k yourselves with them.

Kind regards,
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