Date: September 10th, 2003.
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: CASE4U
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CASE 4 U is a Computer Case Designer and Developer that supplies and distributes over a half a million Computer Cases and Related Products a year. CASE 4 U is headquartered in Korea for design and development, and has a network of production in China. The fiercely competitive Computer Case market, with its rapid pace of technological change, is a tough place to do business, but CASE 4 U has developed the competitive traits needed to achieve its vision. CASE 4 U has worked hard to secure sustainable competitive advantage through its peerless technological innovation capabilities, its global scale manufacturing capacity, and its global service network. CASE 4 U believes that its success and competitive strengths derive from three things: its people, its technology and its excellent service. CASE 4 U human resources are highly creative and possess the spirit of challenge, its ability to anticipate changes in consumer tastes and values allows it to deliver the highest levels of service to its customers, while its solid technological base grants CASE 4 U the flexibility to match constant changes in market demand As a leader in the Computer Case markets, CASE 4 U aims to take a leading role in shaping the global information market, and is actively engaged in developing new concept computers and the new information access devices of the future. Whatever direction the industry takes, you can be sure that CASE 4 U will be at the fore, leading it to success.
With the introduction of Via Technology's EPIA line of compact motherboards, enthusiasts and mainstream consumers were introduced to small, full featured versatile product with endless applications and possibilities. With the small form factor door successfully opened, various other peripheral manufacturers such as optical and storage drives and computer cases have followed suit to take advantage of a "soon to be" booming market.
Today I will be reviewing a small, stylish case that could be a good option if you were in the market to build a smaller form factor PC. The EOS Mini/Micro ATX Case from CASE4U is one of many smaller cases coming onto the market. Although not a strong selling sector yet in North America, the smaller form factor cases and computer components are all the rage in the Asian market.