The NCASE M1 accomplishes in many ways exactly what the creators envisioned for a perfect mini-ITX case. In building up a couple of systems in the M1 the limitations of mini-ITX are showcased, but this is inevitable given its size. There are always going to be tradeoffs when building with miniaturized components and especially in an enclosure this small, though the M1 is capable of holding a very capable system. The real questions about the M1 wouldn`t be specific to this case, but really the form-factor. I really didn`t find any flaws to the approach NCASE has taken with their design, given the size."
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