Give your feedback on the OBT-Mini prototype

Earlier this year the OpenBenchtable Project by Streacom, HWBOT and OverClocking-TV unveiled the OBT-MINI, a mini-ITX sized variant of the now famous OBT/BC1 to please the Small Form Factors Fan […]

Earlier this year the OpenBenchtable Project by Streacom, HWBOT and OverClocking-TV unveiled the OBT-MINI, a mini-ITX sized variant of the now famous OBT/BC1 to please the Small Form Factors Fan (literally the SFFF…)

As a member of the project, Trouffman took a prototype and did a live on the Overclocking-TV Channel to gather your feedback about the OpenBenchtable mini project.

How did the project of a Mini-ITX variant of the famous OpenBenchtable started ? Who can get the most out of this new cool benchtable ? Are there some special change compared to the original version ? When will it be available ? How much will it cost ? What are the colors ?

This is just a glimpse of all your questions during the live feedback session, along with mounting the OBT-Mini, explaining the difference (or lack of) with the BC1-Mini and much more.

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EDIT : new video link without the audio bug

 

 

 

About Isaïe Trouffman Simonnet

Co-creator of OverClocking-TV since 2008, Trouffman is mainly in charge of developing the general OCTV's activities by covering the IT shows like CES and Computex. He reported for OCTV on different live event such as GOOC and MOA being mainly in front of the camera entertaining the viewers. For contact, buzz ideas and other project related to reviews or websites he's the guy!

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