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NetFu's Journal: Smallest MicroATX Case For Embedded Linux Network Appliances 2

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OK, so I'm working on an embedded Linux network appliance with "unspecified capabilities". :-) Anyway, I need a case that's as small as possible, but still accomodates one 5.25" drive and two 3.5" drives. I settled on the MicroATX platform, because the smaller motherboards would seem to be a waste of time and expense considering I have to incorporate those 3 drive types.

All I'm coming up with is rackmount servers, but I want something with a cube-like form factor that won't be intimidating to a small business owner and will be easy for them to plug in and use. Looking for something like that, pretty much all I find are home theater component-style cases.

Anybody out there have any ideas?

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