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the aria case is the width of the Iyonix motherboard and is about 3 5/14" drives high.

so it isn't as skinny as PC based micro ITX computers.

However it is *small* and as AMS said has a 51/4" drive hole - please be aware that there is no 31/2 " hole - hence no floppy.

If you want one then you'll have to wait for USB floppy support to happen...

The PSU is a little bit of an issue - we've seen disc error 23s on boot several times :-(

However it is small and is seriously James Brown :-D

 is a RISC OS UserROHC on 1/8/05 7:33PM
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