Ultra Products Launches Versatile Micro ATX Cases

By Julio Franco
May 18, 2006
  1. FLETCHER, OHIO – May 18th, 2006 – Ultra Products, a global leader in technology solutions, has launched their new line of versatile MICRO FLY Micro ATX cases, the most durable and flexible compact cases on the market for the do-it-yourself crowd. The sleek, new chassis fits all micro ATX motherboards, and is 1.5” deeper than similar cases allowing it to accept standard depth ATX power supplies and standard depth optical drives. The MICRO FLY cases also feature four expansion slots, 80mm (front) and 120mm (back) fans, front USB, Firewire, and audio ports, and an optional Ultra V-Series 400W power supply with custom length cables.

    The new MICRO FLY cases come in blue, black, and silver, and include additional options like a clear side for easy viewing and a Power Supply Unit. Retail prices for the MicroFly cases include…

    Micro Fly, clear side, no PSU: $69.00
    Micro Fly, solid side, w/ PSU: $89.00
    Micro Fly, clear side, w/ PSU: $99.00
    MICRO FLY cases can be found at fine retailers nationwide (see Ultra Products’ website for a complete list).

    To request a MICRO FLY case for review or for additional product images, please contact PR Specialist Ted Miller at (305) 576-1171 x12 or tedmiller@maxborges.com.

    For more information on Ultra Products and to view the company’s complete catalog, visit www.ultraproducts.com.
  2. DonNagual

    DonNagual TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 2,406

    Question for all you pros out there.

    In general, I have been steering people away from the Ultra brand, specifically their PSUs.

    My main reason is based on an article which for the most part many people have taken as the PSU bible.

    I just want to see what some others think, as I have not myself tested their PSUs and I would hate to be steering people away from Ultra based on mis-information.

    Here is the link that says Ultra are NOT recommended psus. They are accused of making low quality PSUs that are dangerous to one's system (basically).


    (note: granted, his comment Chinese names is uncalled for, but still, this thread has been quoted by thousands of people)
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