Gigabyte has rolled out a new Mini-ITX case with an attachable VESA arm. The MIB T3140's mounting system lets you bolt a display above of the chassis and supports 17 to 23-inch flat panel screens with 7.5 x 7.5cm and 10 x 10cm mounting holes. Once secured, you can adjust the monitor's height and tilt angles. Furthermore, the arm is removable if you would rather use the chassis alone.

The enclosure measures 268 x 70 x 319mm and has enough room for a Mini-ITX motherboard, a slim optical drive, and a single 3.5-inch storage drive. Gigabyte includes a 65W internal power supply, USB 2.0 and audio ports, a 60mm "silent" fan, and HDD anti-vibration pads. The MIB T3140 is currently available for 69, while an older, bulkier model is priced at 49.


While we're on the subject, it's worth noting that Lian Li has just launched its new PC-V352 HTPC, which offers two external 5.25-inch bays, three 3.5-inch internal bays, two USB 3.0 ports, eSATA, audio jacks, an SD card reader, a removable motherboard tray, three fans with a fan controller, support for up to 28cm graphics cards, and more. It should ship later this month for $169 or $189 depending on the color.