I agree. It's a little risky to transport a desktop of any size - even a small cube of a PC. Desktops aren't designed to withstand a steady dose of knocks, bumps, and drops. They are designed to sit on top of a desk.It's generally an extremely risky idea to transport desktop PCs, as there's a rather high chance it'll just not work one day after moving it. something gets knocked off and the thing doesn't post, or your hard drive gets corrupted, ect.
They do make backpacks for em, this one fits the Apevia, but the thermal take is a bit too big for it I believe.
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Hey dude, I'm not agree with people who say that is not a good idea to make a small gaming pc travelling ready!My next PC will be in either a Thermaltake v21 or Apevia X-Qber. Any idea if bags exist for the carrying of a cube-like PC to places like other people's houses and/or anime conventions?