Josbo’s latest case It is minimalist N1. The aluminum alloy shell looks great whether it is standing tall or lying flat on a desk. It also managed to squeeze five 3.5 hard drives, the same capacity as in many ATX cases.
Jonsbo’s N1 brushed silver aluminum alloy case measures 6.7 x 13.9 x 8.5 inches (170 x 354 x 217 mm), stylish and neat. If space is at a premium, set the N1 upright and use the included aluminum feet to reclaim valuable space.
There are very few front I/Os, only one USB Type-C, USB 3.0 and audio port. The N1 has only a 140 mm integrated fan that sucks in air from the perforations around the front of the chassis. The 140 mm fan can blow air through up to five 3.5-inch HDD drives. Fully filling these drives may cause airflow issues and result in higher temperatures. Additional ventilation is provided through perforations on the side of the chassis to increase airflow for our CPU, GPU and PSU fans. At the back of the case, we found space for the ITX motherboard and SFX PSU, and the remaining space can just accommodate a 2.5-inch SSD drive.
The back of the case is a cutout for the GPU, but don’t concentrate on RTX 3000 series Or AMD RX card. GPU space is limited, and we are limited to thin cards less than 185 mm in length.
Jonsbo N1 is a very beautiful case; between its aluminum body and versatility, it may be something worthy of attention in the future.
The current price and availability are unknown.