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Sansun SN-C001 BAT

Michael Larabel

Published on 23 October 2005
Written by Michael Larabel
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Batman and Superman are two of the most popular fictional superheroes spawned by comic books and later turned into movies, novels, TV series, and a wealth of collectibles. Although Batman has been in existence for nearly 70 years, since his 1939 debut in Detective Comics, his popularity remains voluminous. The latest implementation of Batman here in the computing sector is an ATX computer case brought by the people of Sansun Group and it is the SN-C001 BAT. This case is themed with a fancy mask on the front bezel and Bat wings on both side panels. For reference, we originally heard of a Batman case being in development nearly a year ago, that was from CoolMax/Top & Tech Enterprises with their X’Bat XB101, and the Sansun SN-C001 BAT proves to be shockingly similar. Without further ado, below are the Sansun SN-C001 features.

Features:

· Fancy mask outside with Bat’s wing shape side panels
· Unique mirror finished treatment Bat wing shape side panels + Bat grill + 8cm fan
· Optional 80mm air conductor guide the CPU heat out of case
· Removable HDD cage and FDD cage
· Screw-less clip For 5.25" disk and I/O (optional)
· Special I/O port on top design with dust-proof cover

Contents:

The voyage from Taiwan to the United States proved to be a difficult journey for the actual cardboard product packaging, but luckily the case wasn't as weathered. Inside of the container was some Styrofoam and plastic to assist in protecting the case, but upon opening removing the packaging safeguards, both side panels were left simply leaning against the case. Although no real damage had occurred, its important to point out this problem wouldn't have occurred if Sansun group were to of used screws to secure both side panels. Found inside of the chassis was the normal assortment of screws and mounting accessories.

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