Akasa Newton V NUC Case
Akasa Newton V Fanless NUC Aluminum Case Compatible with Intel i5 NUC board
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• Ideal for business, education and embedded environments
• Form factor: UCFF 4" X 4"
• Suitable for VESA mounting
• Antenna fitting holes
• Kensington lock
• Compatible with the following NUC motherboard
Intel D53427RKE Features • Material Aluminium
• Motherboards types UCFF 4" X 4"
• Dimensions 150 x 150 x 47mm (W x D x H)
• Weight 950 g
• Front panel I/O Ports 1 x USB 3.0 , 2 x USB 2.0
• Antenna fitting holes 2
• Security Kensington lock
• VESA mounting Support
• Product code A-NUC02-A1B
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- 12 months
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- DOA Period:
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- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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