If you're looking for a truly compact and portable case to build a mini-ITX system, then Jonsbo has you covered. Today, the BO 100 mini-ITX case is launching, featuring a minimalist and compact form factor, there is even a handle for carrying the system around.
The BO 100 from Jonsplus, a sub-brand of Jonsbo, measures in at 239 x 282 x 233mm (W x H x D) and weighs just 4.5KG (without additional hardware), making it small and light. The exterior includes sandblasted aluminium, while a tempered glass front panel adds to the aesthetics and allows you to display your build in all of its glory. As you can see in the images below, there is also a faux leather handle to make moving the system easier.
The Jonsplus BO 100 is compact, whilst still hosting plenty of room for your components. This case has a clearance of up to 158.5mm for CPU coolers and dual-slot GPUs up to 207mm long. Also, two 2.5″, and one 3.5″, drives can be installed. For additional cooling, a 120mm fan or AiO radiator can be mounted to the rear panel. Meanwhile, power can be provided by a SFX or SFX-L power supply.
Hardware installed in the BO 100 is easily accessible thanks to an integrated pull-out ‘drawer' mechanism, which lets you slide out the chassis as needed. The sides, base, and rear of the case feature air vents for ventilation and dust filters to keep it clean.
The Jonsplus BO 100 is available starting today from Overclockers UK in both black and silver. Both versions of the case cost £169.99.
KitGuru Says: Are any of you planning on building a mini-ITX PC this year? Will you be considering this case for it?