It seems that PCs keep getting smaller and smaller every day. Silverstone's ML08 chassis looks like a desktop case that went on a diet. Coming in at only 15" wide x 3.4" tall x 14.6" deep (380 x 87 x 370 mm), this skinny Mini-ITX chassis looks like it can fit nearly anywhere.
The ML08 is built around a steel frame with a plastic outer shell. It can take in graphics cards up to 13" long. For storage, Silverstone provides room for a slim optical drive, two 2.5" toolless drive cages, and a space for another 2.5" or 3.5" drive behind the graphics card if the pixel-pusher is short enough. The case requires an SFX or SFX-L PSU, and the extra-slim form factor means CPU coolers can only be as tall as 2.3" (or 58 mm).
USB and audio ports hide behind the gray plastic tab at the front, which is a nice touch. Silverstone also makes versions of the ML08 with a carrying handle, side window, or both. Last but not least, the ML08 can be set in either vertical or horizontal orientation with the included stand.
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