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Ion V2000 Computer Case – the DIY all in one PC you’ve always wanted

ionv2000aiopccase small Ion V2000 Computer Case   the DIY all in one PC youve always wanted

The Ion V2000 is a DIY computer case with a built in 19 inch LCD flat screen. So now you can build your own swish all-in-one media center PC without handing over dollops of dosh to them people at Fujitsu, HP or Dell. Feels good, doesn’t it? Comes with a built in 33 in 1 media card reader, separate display power on and 2 way speaker. You just need to add everything else. Easy-peasy.

 Many people wish that they could have their entire desktop computer system confined within one space-saving unit.  Well now they can.  Ion presents the new V2000 All-in-one PC chassis.  The V2000 is an innovative computer chassis that allows any user to build their own custom computer all within one stylish unit that will save overall desk space.  Also, the V2000 features a 19” TFT LCD display, a 350W power supply, a side loading 5.25” drive bay, and side IO ports including an 8-in-1 media card reader, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x Firewire port, and Mic and Audio jacks.

 Ion V2000 Computer Case   the DIY all in one PC youve always wanted

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

  • SimonFlummox

    Vapor? The product doesn’t really fit in with their other offerings, and seems to be gone from the website. Also note the nonfunctional “links” for FAQs, Privacy Policy, Terms and Conditions. :)

  • Red


  • Mikey

    Hey where do i buy this or can i get a link to the websites manufacturer?

  • Red

    I’ve emailed them asking where the product has gone, but so far no reply. Very strange.

  • DTM

    Pity the world is switching to Widescreen monitors now too.

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