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Streacom Announces the BC1 Mini Chassis

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Today Streacom is delighted to announce the official arrival of the BC1 Mini, a lightweight, toolless benchtable that has been designed specifically for Small Form Factor systems. Co-developed with HWBOT, OverClocking-TV, the BC1 Open Benchtable is a community-developed product that has won awards from Red Dot and iF Design in recognition of its portability, esthetics and design prowess. Available in Q4 2017, the BC1 Mini follows the same design principles of the BC1 Open Benchtable, arriving in choice of three colors to match your preference.

"Just one year after we launched the popular BC1, we hope the enthusiast community will again be excited to receive the BC1 Mini, an Open Benchtable that re-defines the rules about small, compact and portable systems" commented commented Isaïe Simonnet, Project Development Manager, VP of OverClocking-TV.



"Streacom has always had a keen focus on small form factor design so for us the BC1 Mini is a natural progression from the acclaimed BC1" commented Shimon Simon, Head of Design and Manufacturing at Streacom. "We have taken all the great feature of the BC1 and packed them into an ultra-compact form that is perfect for ITX based platforms."

The Open Benchtable BC1 Mini: Enjoy Ultimate Portability

The Mini-ITX form factor standard is developed specifically to address the need for more compact systems. Today there is no compromise on performance, as more Mini-ITX motherboards are used by gamers, enthusiasts and overclockers in systems that use the latest high performance hardware. The OBT BC1 Mini redefines the desire for small form factor benchtable, bringing the advantages of the original Open Benchtable in a smaller footprint that offers the ultimate portable system.

BC1-Mini: Features Highlights

Ultra Portability
With only 900 grams packed into the size of a tablet of 8mm thinness, the BC1 Mini feature a carry-handle for an ultimate portability.

All-in-One Integration
Main body integrates the legs, mounting brackets, standoffs and thumbscrews - everything you need to quickly set up an open rig.

Toolless Design
The entire product uses thumbscrews : you won't even need to bring a screwdriver with you. Motherboard standoffs include traditional and convenient pushpin options.

True Versatility
Integrated extension support brackets accommodate fans and radiators in a variety of configurations.

Native Small Form Factor Support
Supports Mini-ITX form factor motherboards, plus graphic cards up to 3 slots width in all sizes. Supports SFX and SFX-L form factor power supplies.

Tradeshow Secure Lock
An integrated Kensington Lock that makes it ideally suited for showcasing and product demos at tradeshows and other public situations where theft could be an issue.

BC1 Screw Kit Now Available
In addition to the release of the BC1 Mini, we are also releasing a screw kit for anyone who has misplaced their original screws or perhaps wants to add to their existing table.
The set contains ..
  • 7 x M3 thumbscrew
  • 6 x 6#32 thumbscrew
  • 4 x PCI & motherboard standoff
  • 4 x Motherboard pushpin
  • 2 x PCI screw & PCI hand nut
The Open Benchtable Project
Another crucial aspect of the Open Benchtable project is that its design is open to third party developers of additional accessories. Started by HWBOT and OverClocking-TV and later joined by Streacom, the project will allow full access to the blueprints files of this final product revision, allowing third party developers to build accessories for all Open Benchtable products, modify and share their design improvements and more.

Ultimately, community enthusiasts will be able to share their own unique accessory designs and 3D files on the Open Benchtable site for others to use. Blueprints and other design related documentation will be publicly available later in Q3 2016.

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This is really nice.
 
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Blueprints and other design related documentation will be publicly available later in Q3 2016
I think you meant 2018, since Q3 2016 and Q3 2017 are already behind us?
 
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looks great I'd be interested in getting one
 
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Uhh...now this little thing is quite nifty! I like it! I'm also liking the 'idea' of the Open BenchTable Project. I've owned Streacom cases in the past, always very good quality...and not over-the-top pricing.

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I'm going to watch these closely.

:),

Liquid Cool

P.S. Had no problem finding the silver, black, and red versions for 139.99 despite the pricing structure mentioned in the video.

 
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