According to Cyril at The Tech Report: "They had those signs, but when I asked their marketing dude he said taking pictures was okay." I wonder why the signs were there in the first place.
Yeah, that's basically been the reaction from vendors with "No Photography" signs during our visits to CES as well. But having those signs up does let them limit who
is taking pictures. They can selectively choose to ignore the signs for people they like, or call security on you if they don't like you. A couple of years ago we watched the marketing women at Coolermaster chase the booth workers from another company out of the area for engaging in a little corporate espionage by taking pictures of a prototype case. (I won't name the other company, but their initials were T.t.
My main concern about the SG03 is the placement of the PSU, which allows efficient use of space but places limits on the size of the CPU HSF.
I had the same thoughts when we saw the SG03 at CES in January: [quote="SPCR Does CES '07
"][i] The SG-03 is over an inch shorter and nearly three inches shallower than the already small Silverstone TJ-08, and is both shorter and shallower than the Antec NSK3300. But don't let the small size fool you, the SG03 features a pair of 120mm fans for cooling: both mounted as intakes for an all-positive airflow path. There is room for a pair of 3.5â€