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    New DimasTech Mini

    DimasTech is about to start the production of our new bench table for Lab Use, very small compared to the usual Easy arrived at the V2.5 version, this does not mean that DimasTech will close the production of the Easy V2.5, but we have just another model for our customer, especially for who's not wanting to use watercooling on his bench table...

    some pics of the developing ideas and first demos this week.

    thanks

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    Sounds interesting...

    I'm looking forward to seeing this new "Mini" bench table.
    Haswell/IB/SB on a Dimastech Bench table.

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    so similar to a hard table but smaller?

    you have my attention
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    please make a small table with psu at the bottom of the case...please please


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    Looking forward for the pictures......
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    ok, now we're showing the first prototype, it still need some modification to fit perfectly all what we wanted inside...but as you can see we're near to Final Version, i cannot say right now any period will be available, but soon,
    it can support 3 + 1 on the side 3,5"
    2 5,25" units
    1 ssd o the side

    all supports are totali removable, dont' need any to rotate the table to unlock the Supports, psu is on directly on the Body of table...

    new redefined design for the down tray, same shape of the body...(in this prototype need 3mm of adjusting) and dimensions...this is really really little 370 lenght x 320 Depth x 145 heigth ( still on defining, to house better supports)

    vga handled same way as the easy and hard, but better mounting...back hole on the motherboard, as asked from many customers

    on the side, it's possible to use " on the fly" 1 hd 3,5" or 1 ssd 2,5", will not show how it work, but i think most of all of us understands...






    for any feedback...pls post, i've to say that re-design final version is almost done, but of course not yet in production, so any other tips that can take this product to higher level, is kind appreciated

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    I'm liking that alot!
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    Awesome idea dimas, that's very nice table for who use small table and don't have a lot of space for keyboard mouse etc for benching and testing , integrate all stuff inside....
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiwa View Post
    Awesome idea dimas, that's very nice table for who use small table and don't have a lot of space for keyboard mouse etc for benching and testing , integrate all stuff inside....
    thanks Hiwa...

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    i come here asking about colors...what do you guys think about? it's better go on with matt black, grey metal and milk white? or would you like to increase the standard colors availability? if yes, what colors?
    and about the supports colors, the standard now is matt black, what color you would suggest as a new standard for giving more options?

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    asus red


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    nice, maybe add an optional add-on bottom slide out tray/draw like those keyboard draws (which can be locked in place), you could fit keyboard there, or all those little bits and pieces you don't want to mis-place (cpu/water block mount/fittings, screws, nuts/bolts, zip ties, pc stickers, additional memory modules etc).

    Maybe make the optional add-on tray/draw stackable, so you can stack more than one fitted to bottom of the mini table ?

    hiwa, maybe for us memory enthusiasts, a memory tray draw add-on to bottom of mini table, so we can organise our memory modules for easy access ?

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    Very nice

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    looking forward to this for my work lab...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimas View Post
    i come here asking about colors...what do you guys think about? it's better go on with matt black, grey metal and milk white? or would you like to increase the standard colors availability? if yes, what colors?
    and about the supports colors, the standard now is matt black, what color you would suggest as a new standard for giving more options?
    I see you're updating this thread, but not the other one...

    You know what colour I like.
    I think the colours you mentioned are "boring", but still, many people will probably order a black or white table.
    I'd like to see a comparison of matte and glossy black supports, side by side.

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    Would love to see yellow.
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    after some late delivery of screws and new antivib parts we're ready to take pre-orders.

    color in stock is gonna be white glossy/ matt black / metal grey / red glossy/ glossy yellow like demo one and Blue glossy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimas View Post
    after some late delivery of screws and new antivib parts we're ready to take pre-orders.

    color in stock is gonna be white glossy/ matt black / metal grey / red glossy/ glossy yellow like demo one and Blue glossy
    what's the cost? PM me please...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave_graham View Post
    what's the cost? PM me please...

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    Dave, we're in our own Section, so we can advertise prices, the sale price for the BENCH TABLE MINI in all standard color variants is 89,99€ + postage.

    support for 3 hard disk included
    support for 2 optical drive included
    7 pci slot included ( 10 pci slot optional)
    1 flexfan 120 v2.0 included
    thumbscrews, thumbnuts, antivib , rubber feet included
    usb 2.0 (optional)

    Pre-Orders Welcome... for any international outside of europe Prices please send private message

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    Hi! What is pre-oder on shipping means?
    I put up order on 9th April 2012 ... till now still waiting. Order reference: 2468. Can anybody help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeChuo View Post
    Hi! What is pre-oder on shipping means?
    I put up order on 9th April 2012 ... till now still waiting. Order reference: 2468. Can anybody help?

    Regards,
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    Hello Joe, we've been experiencing problems with Fedex documents filling, and shipping have been blocked waiting for documents, please be patient until we fix the problem, working with worldwide customer is not easy, sorry for the delay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimas View Post
    Hello Joe, we've been experiencing problems with Fedex documents filling, and shipping have been blocked waiting for documents, please be patient until we fix the problem, working with worldwide customer is not easy, sorry for the delay.
    Hi! Received the bench today with JOY! Thank you! Awesome product!

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