Meet the alternative of future electronics
Teenage Engineering fabricates Computer–1 – a simplistic, no frills computer case.
Creating a new legacy of enduring technology with each invention driven by need and built to last – Sweden-based Teenage Engineering skillfully develops ‘Computer–1’, a mini-ITX chassis.
Integrating creativity into the everyday, this one-of-a-kind lifestyle product has always been a work in progress.
While setting up their first workspace several years ago – the studio set out to craft their ideal PC case.
With a vision of it featuring a small desktop footprint and being effortlessly easy to move around – they built it with a laser cutter, high-density board and spray paint.
The board version worked alright, however – the handles couldn’t support the weight of the case when moving it around.
After some literal computer crashes – the team turned to aluminum for a much lighter and sturdier design.
Brilliantly based on the build-it-yourself concept of the pocket operator modular – they landed on the minimalistic mini-ITX case used today.
Comprising a powder-coated, vibrant pure orange hue – it’s a small, no frills tool for any desktop.
Compact as well as portable, this eclectic object features – a small desk footprint with its lightweight metal and chrome handles that makes it easier to move around when you need to.
Built around the mini-ITX motherboard and the SFX power supply format – it additionally fits a dual slot graphics card up to 170mm.
Capable of housing a range of parts – the chassis can be simply equipped with multiple components.With a flat pack aesthetic – “its 1mm aluminum is flexible enough to – bend into shape and sturdy enough to keep your components secure.
Each kit comes with all of the parts required to assemble the case” says the studio.