Actually, I even have a separate PC dedicated to TV watching and program recording. It isn't what you'd call an HTPC, as I have this PC in the bedroom. I listen to music at my workstation and my HDTV is in yet another room. Someday the three may come together, but not yet.
I've had a couple of HTPC cases, though both were nearly two years ago. One was a desktop type case, with no special features for HTPC use. The second was a true HTPC case with remote, display, etc, but a midtower. Probably the only HTPC feature that has ever been used was the remote, mainly used for turning the PC on and off.
Today I will be looking at a sharp looking new desktop HTPC case by nMediaPC. It accommodates a standard ATX motherboard and a full sized power suppy, with pricing in the economy range of HTPC cases (under $100). It definitely does not look like a PC case, which is the trend in the HTPC case arena. Read on to find out about the nMediaPC HTPC-6000B!
Case Material: Aluminum/Acrylic/Steel
Power Supply: No
Motherboard Compatibility: ATX/Micro ATX
5.25" Drive Bays: 1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 5
Expansion Slots: 7
-2 x USB
-1 x FireWire
-High Definition Audio
-1 x eSATA
-All in one Card Reader (SDHC 2.0 compliance - high capacity & speed)
-2 x 80mm Silent Case Fan
-1 x 120mm Case Fan
-Optional second 120mm Case Fan
Dimensions: 6.6" x 17" x 16.4"