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Inwin EA002 Black/ Silver Micro ATX Case with 400W PSU Fitted

Inwin EA002 Black/ Silver Micro ATX, Mid Tower with 400W PSU

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Scan code: LN26585 Manufacturer code: EA002 Request call
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Product Overview IN-WIN EA002 400w comes with 12 cm fan and it is available in black/silver colour. It is stylish and good looking. Features • Detachable HDD Drive Cages.
• Screwless Side Panels for easy removal and installation.
• Screwless ODD Bays & FDD Bays for easy removal and installation.
• Folded Edge for safe installation. No sharp edges, debris.
• Stamped Motherboard Support - no M/B standoffs installation required, for faster M/B installation.
• HD Audio.
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
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