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GearGrip Computer Harnesses - It's time to LAN in style

Most computer users love to attend LAN parties on a regular basis but we can safely say the majority dislike lugging their computer parts around. Case Ace has came to the rescue with their line of products under the GearGrip brand name which make the task of carrying around your computer parts very easy and stylish. If you're a fashionable geek, this is for you.
By: Shawn Baker | Editorials in Gaming | Posted: Jul 12, 2004 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%Manufacturer: Case Ace




If you're a LAN person, there is no denying that you understand how annoying it is to carry around all your computer equipment. Case Ace heard the cries of the lanners and decided to do something about it. The GearGrip line was created with a host of different traveling harnesses to help make moving your computer equipment around a whole lot easier and indeed, much classier.


With the amount of different versions out we couldn't look at them all but we will be looking at some of the Case Ace products that we feel would be more common amongst lanners these days.


The particular pieces of GearGrip products we are looking at here today is the Micro LT Computer Harness for your Small Form Factor (SFF) system and the LCD Shield harness. Let's take a closer look at the two items in our quick look at these products.


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