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Teenage Engineering computer-1

The mini-itx pc case sitting on the desks of our engineers is now available for you in limited edition. we call it computer–1.

created and used by teenage engineering. we’ve made it a habit to make our own tools, and when it comes to computers, all our engineers have very different needs.
the electrical and mechanical engineers, the industrial designers and the programmers couldn’t agree on what standard to use in our office. so based on the build-it-yourself design of pocket operator modular, we made a small and simple mini-itx pc case that our engineers could fill with whatever parts they liked—and now you can too.

a chassis for home and office. we like our things to be compact, so while this case is limited in size, there is still enough room for various computing needs.
the first computer–1 was grey and created only for us. the sequel is powder coated in pure orange RAL 2004, and this time we made a few extra. a bold feature on any desktop, in the home or office, and now available to you directly from our webstore.

packed
weight: 1.200kg
width 373mm
depth 320mm
height 22mm


assembled
weight: 0.800kg
width 166 mm
depth 191 mm*
height 321.5 mm**

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