Luxa2 is a company most haven't heard of at this point in the game. They are an offshoot of their larger company Thermaltake.
Thermaltake has been around for what seems like forever, and they decided to spread their wings and develop some new designs and release them under their own individual name. Mainly the brand started for HTPC chassis, but has since moved on to include a few other products as well.
The Luxa2 line is a step above the average Thermaltake chassis, and you will soon see why. Of course they are HTPC chassis, but the Luxa2 branding, as the name suggests, is a bit more luxurious. The features and design of the chassis I'm about to show you has very nice looks and one of the most solid constructions I have seen to date.
Luxa2 has released a few HTPC chassis in the new lineup, and today we are getting a look at the LM100 Mini. This is a very small, mATX compatible chassis with a built-in 200 watt power supply already installed. Keeping that power supply in mind, this HTPC chassis is more for the low power consuming components. As the review continues, I think you might be pleasantly surprised to see just what I was able to stuff in this chassis and run for quite some time with no issues.
Enough with the prologue! Let's get down to what this chassis can hold and see just how appealing the finished product is.
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