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Cooltek U3

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  1. Darksaber

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    The Cooltek brand of aluminum cases is produced by Jonsbo, which may not be known to most, but they showed off a full range of cases at Computex - most of them constructed of aluminum. We are taking a look at the Cooltek U3, which is an incredibly compact mATX chassis made purely of aluminum.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Cooltek/U3/
     
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    Copy of Cubitek ?

    Nice review.

    However this is identical copy of Cubitek Mini Cube only with front I/O nad power button on other side...
     
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    Funny but I just found these by mistake on sale on Aliexpress.
    This is not Cooltek U3 but Jonsbo U3.

    Their website has info on all cases they have: http://www.jonsbo.com/en/products.html

    One seller has these cheaper (depend on the model) and ships worldwide.
    Here is the page with many other cases:
    Computer Cases

    Thanks for the review!!
    I might actually buy one for my next build.
     
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    This is indeed Jonsbo cases... the last time I contacted them, they were looking for global partners so this could just be one of it...
     
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    too bad, they should place some hdd mounting on the front at least and maybe removable board tray would help much when you installing your hardware
     

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