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A+ Cupid 3 Mini-ITX HTPC Chassis - Packaging

A+ have sent us a mini-ITX case solution, the Cupid 3, with a 200W power supply included. Could this be the HTPC enclosure for you?

| HTPC Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Mar 25, 2009 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 90%      Manufacturer: Tagan

The Package

 

Tagan A+ Cupid 3 Mini-ITX HTPC Chassis

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A+ shipped the Cupid 3 in a brilliantly bright, light lime green with banding of other greens and browns to highlight the image of the Cupid 3. A+ used the top corner to display their logo and then made sure we knew it was designed in Germany at Nanopoint. The reverse side of the packaging is a mirror image of the front, so no image was taken.

 

Tagan A+ Cupid 3 Mini-ITX HTPC Chassis

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This end of the package continues the same greenish colour scheme and A+ displays five key features in three different languages.

 

Tagan A+ Cupid 3 Mini-ITX HTPC Chassis

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The opposing end of the package also lists six other features of the Cupid 3 and again, A+ repeats these in three languages, too. These are under an image of the Cupid 3 with the front panel released exposing the front inputs.

 

Tagan A+ Cupid 3 Mini-ITX HTPC Chassis

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The Cupid 3 is packaged snugly inside the cardboard box. They use Styrofoam halves to surround and support the case on each side and for added protection from abrasion it is pre-packed in a plastic liner.

 

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