NCASE M1 Enthusiast Case Successfully Funded And Sold Out
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
The Crowd-Funded NCASE M1 prototype that we brought you the news of nearly 6 months ago is now ready to go. NCASE Design have just recently announced that their IndieGoGo project has been successfully funded and as of writing it has successfully raised $136,957 of the $67,500 required meaning nearly twice the funding. The NCASE M1 sold like wildfire and all 600 units are now gone. NCASE is offering to to accept pre-orders up September the 1st over on its website if you didn’t manage to get one of the 600 IndieGoGo units.
The NCASE M1 mini-ITX small form factor case is the result of months of R&D and community hardware feedback over at the [H]ardForum. The case was designed in response to enthusiasts wanting a great SFF (small for factor) case but that wasn’t too big or too limiting in terms of size. They also wanted to create a sleek looking case which they have most certainly done.
You can read loads of more details about this great case, its functionality and demonstrations of that by checking out the IndieGoGo page. The project took just 7 days to get fully funded which is very impressive and if demand for the product persists we could see NCASE emerge as a bigger brand in the near future.
Images courtesy of NCASE (IndieGoGo)