march has been a slow one by PC standards, but slowly we're
seeing the PC making its way into our living rooms.
nothing fundamentally wrong with the idea of the PC as a
domestic entertainment device. It has all the necessary
power and flexibility to do justice your DVD's, to pipe
high quality music around your house or to keep pace with
some dedicated games consoles. What it has tended to lack
though are an effective control system, a less layered operating
system and a selection of attractive enclosures.
still don't believe we have a suitable operating system
for general mouse-free home use, nor really do we have an
intuitive way to control the variety of software needed
to make it all work, but what we do now have are attractive,
quality cases to hold it all together.
LC06 I'm looking at today comes from SilverStone, a company
with a rapidly expanding reputation for innovative and quality
products that push the boundaries for cost and quality.
They have some genuinely unique designs in their case lineup,
but as we've so often seen, designing a good small factor
case isn't as simple as just shrinking an existing design.
There are a whole host of technical and design considerations
to be made first.
we take a closer look, here's the specs.