OrigenAE X15e HTPC ATX Case



"The Origen AE X15 home theatre pc chassis sets new standards in HTPC aesthetics and functionality.

Exquisite contemporary design coupled with an all aluminium construction, and the introduction for the first time in a HTPC chassis of an integrated 7" TFT touch screen Origen AE brings you, what has already become, a design classic and one of the most sort after pc chassis in the marketplace today."

- 7" TFT touch screen display
- 8mm aluminium front face plate
- 2x 80mm exhaust fans
- Front usb, audio and firewire ports
- Matched cd/dvd drive bezel
- Blue illuminated power button
- Vibration isolation grommets
- MCE compatible IR module
- Support for 3 hard drives

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- Enclosure dimensions: 435mm X 155mm X 420mm
- Construction materials: All aluminium chassis
- Mainboard support: ATX, Micro ATX
- PSU support: ATX
- PCI / AGP card support: Full size
- Drive bays:
-- 3 X 3.5" internal drive bays
-- 1 X 3.5" external drive bay
-- 1 X 5.25" external drive bay
- Cooling system:
-- 2x 80mm rear exhaust fans
-- 1x 80mm PSU cage fan
- Expansion slots: 7
- Front I/O ports:
-- 2 X usb ports
-- 1 X firewire (1394) port
-- 1 X line in
-- 1 X line out
-- 1 X microphone
- Net weight: 4.54kg
- Available colours: Black, Silver
- TFT specification:
-- 7" screen size
-- 15:9 ratio
-- 1024 x 768 max resolution
-- 1 x svga input
-- 12v dc input
-- 9w power consumption

In many respects the specifications of the X15e are similar to that of the X10. However, it's good to see that OrigenAE have upgraded the cooling on the X15e by adding an 80mm fan to the hard disk cage.

At this point, the largest difference between the X10 and X15e enclosure appears to be the inclusion of the 7" LCD display, however when we take a look at the layout over the next few pages, we'll see some even greater changes emerging.
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Most Recent Comments

07-07-2006, 07:23:51

Cases and additonal details are available from us at Specialtech

I've got one of these so if you need to know anything additional then let us know.Quote

07-07-2006, 07:38:34

looked nice but what a pricetag.Quote

07-07-2006, 07:41:41

Thats what makes it unique. If a porsche was the same price as a fiesta, for example, then it would get the same reputation.Quote

07-07-2006, 07:45:56

Originally Posted by name='specialtech'
Thats what makes it unique. If a porsche was the same price as a fiesta, for example, then it would get the same reputation.
I don't think so.

But yeah the case is very nice

If you had a helluva lot of money you'd buy it but not otherwise I don't thinkQuote

07-07-2006, 08:01:07

I think we'll just put it down to the fact that Porsche's cost a lot more to build and are made in smaller quantities which is why they are more expensive.

As the saying goes: "You get what you pay for".Quote

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