Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube Case



Many of you will be familiar with the name Sunbeamtech. Case hardware and modification items ranging from CCFL's; power supply's; fans and rheobuses are just some of the items that this Chinese company produce. In fact it would probably be easier to count the items that they don't manufacture. Let's have a look and see what Sunbeamtech have to say:
Sunbeam Company, a true art innovator in the field of PC modification and accessories at all aspect, targets on providing the top quality and state of art computer products to high tech PC users. We dedicate outstanding high quality control as our number one priority and deliver the products with the highest level of excellent Performance, as well as the coolest Innovation and an Appearance that draws your attention.

Launched as a promising new company in the field in 2000, Sunbeam Company specialized in developing cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL), and furthermore extended to manufacture various modding equipments. Throughout the years, we now expand our product coverage to provide pioneering and fancy computer application at all aspects, while focusing on, but not limiting to, cooling systems and computer cases. Our mission is to satisfy PC players all over the world who are tired of boring traditional computer impressions and longing for experiencing the excitements of revolutionary hardware designs.Sunbeam Company has manufacturing factories located in Dongguan City, China.
In order to provide exceptional product quality combined with superior customer support, we keep updating and advancing ourselves to meet the diverse changes and increasing market demands. We strive to continue designing and developing ground-breaking, exciting, and appealing products as well as being the one stop resource and solution for all computer enthusiasts seeking to turn their ingenious visions into the coolest and fanciest reality.
Today I have been fortunate enough to have been given the opportunity to review one of Sunbeamtech's range of chassis' - the Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube case.
Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube case
The Sunbeamtech UFO Cube case is an interesting step away from the conventional case, in that you have to build it first before you can use it. One thing that confounds me though is why it's called the UFO, when it very clearly isn't.
Having owned one of the first generation of Sunbeamtech Acrylic cases. I am very eager to see what has changed. Anyway, let's not delay the review any further...why don't we look at the UFO Acrylic Cube case' specifications.
Color: Transparent(ACUF-T) UV-Blue(ACUF-HUVB)
Drive Bay: 5.25" Drives Bay x 2, 3.5" Drives Bay x 2( Internal )
Front I/O Port: USB 2.0*2 + Speaker + Microphone
Weight N. W: 5.1 kg/ G. W. 6.2 kg
Dimension: H 300mm x W 295mm x D 380mm
M/B Type: Standard ATX and Micro ATX
Admittedly, the UFO Acrylic Cube case isn't going to be setting any records for increased space or functionality, but it does offer an interesting alternative for a SFF PC.
Let's head over the page to have a look at what you get for your money, and how easy it is to construct...
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Most Recent Comments

17-12-2007, 15:20:53

that actually looks really nice

EDIT: must be odd looking at it and being able to see everything

plus, nowhere to hide cables!Quote

17-12-2007, 15:22:24

Awesome little review there PV. I was suprised at the cost of that thing, looks sexy

I'm guessing a disadvantage would be the fact that watercooling would be almost impossible?Quote

17-12-2007, 15:23:47

Yeah tis not too bad at all mate, it's really grown on me.

Originally Posted by jiffz
Awesome little review there PV. I was suprised at the cost of that thing, looks sexy

I'm guessing a disadvantage would be the fact that watercooling would be almost impossible?
Thanks jiffz. Actually water-cooling it would be a cinch, and it is on my 'to do' list next year.Quote

17-12-2007, 16:19:38

If I were MountainMods I would sue Sunbeamtech and get riiiich.


"* A pair of Michael Jackson's finest."

^^^^ PMSL when I saw that!!! :rollingla:rollingla:rollinglaQuote

17-12-2007, 16:26:50

I like this format. Kinda reminds me of Orac from Blake`s 7. Just need a key thing to slot in the top.

Talking of wc`ing, there`s a project log I can`t find that did something like this from scratch, looked amazing.Quote

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