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Xclio Touch 787 Black Large Mid Tower Performance Case with 10x120mm Case Fans

Xclio Touch 787 Black Large Mid Tower Pro Case Touch Panel with Side Mesh Window Silent Blade Fans USB 3.0 w/o PSU

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Scan code: LN41806 Manufacturer code: Touch 787/12 Request call
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Product Overview New from Xclio the Touch 787, I sleek Large Tower Case with 10 x 120mm Silent Blade Cooling Fans and an Innovative Top & Side Touch Panel Control.

Full Black with a cool & slick front its at home for the super-gamer as well as the office workstation.

Pro Class Super Tower Case Chassis
Unique & Exclusive Design
New Concept Touch Control Panel
Meshed Grill Side Panel (Support up to 6pcs Fans)
Meshed Grill Top Panel (Support up to 2pcs Fans)
Support USB 3.0 & E-SATA
12pcs 12cm Blue LED Fans Pre-Installed
Plastic Fan Guards Pre-Installed
Support Long Graphic Card Up to 400mm


Touch control Panel Features:
The touch control panel come with 8 buttons with special surrounding LED lighting, the touch button concept is same as touch panel mobile phone or devices, you can easily touch the button to control your case fans, the concept is cool and unique, perfect for gamers or professional end-users.

Touch control Panel Functions:
Top from left to right
Button 01: FAN ON/OFF > one touch can switch the case fan on of off.
Button 04: LOW SPEED > one touch select the fan running at low speed.
Button 03: MID SPEED > one touch select the fan running at mid speed.
Button 03: HIGH SPEED > one touch select the fan running at high speed.

Bottom from left to right
Button 01: MUTE > to mute the touch panel sound (the touch panel come with a tiny speaker will buzz when touch the button)
Button 02: UNLOCK > one long touch can lock or unlock the touch button function.
Button 03: LED ON/OFF > one touch can switch the case fan on of off.
Button 04: POWER > mechanical power button (touch panel require power to operate). Features Pro Class Super Tower Case Chassis
Unique & Exclusive Design
New Concept Touch Control Panel
Meshed Grill Side Panel (Support up to 6pcs Fans)
Meshed Grill Top Panel (Support up to 2pcs Fans)
Support USB 3.0 & E-SATA
10pcs 12cm Blue LED Fans Pre-Installed
Plastic Fan Guards Pre-Installed
Support Long Graphic Card Up to 400mm

Type Super Tower
Color Fully Black Finish
Case Material Chassis: SECC Steel ; Frontpanel: ABS Plastic
With Power Supply No
Motherboard Compatibility Mini ITX, Flex ATX, Mini ATX, Micro ATX & Standard ATX
Expansion
External 5.25" Drive Bays 4
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays 6
Expansion Slots 8
Top Ports
Top Ports USB3.0x1 + USB2.0x2 + AUDIO (AC97+HD AUDIO) + E-SATA
Cooling System
Case Chassis - Front 12cm * 2PCS (Transparent frame & blade Blue LED)(1PC Fan Optional)
Case Chassis - Top 12cm * 2PCS (Transparent frame & blade Blue LED)
Case Chassis - Rear 12cm * 1PC (Transparent frame & blade Blue LED)
Case Chassis - Side 12cm * 6PCS (Transparent frame & blade Blue LED)
Physical Spec
Dimensions 221x495x520MM (WxHxD)
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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