Bgears is a name that many may not be familiar with. Formerly known as Bluegears Incorporated, Bgears changed their name in July of 2007 to address issues of name association. What did not change, though, is the company's goal of being a forerunner of innovative products related to consumer electronics and PC peripherals.
What does all this mean? Simply put, Bgears is a relatively new company that is creating some cool items that are being aimed at specialist areas of the PC market. An example of this is the HTPC enclosure being looked at today, the b-Envi. We plan on seeing if Bgears can come up with something that is different from the crowd, but at the same time we will check out the feature set to see if it is worthy of our hard-earned dollars.
So kick up your heels for a bit and join me as we dig into the b-Envi. Can these folks come up with something special or is this just another SFF case?
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