Notes from the lab: February 2018
Already the first month of the year has come to a close... That sure went by fast!
We've been investing a lot of our time and energy lately in our fulfillment and customer support functions, with progress made and lessons learned. (A quick shout-out to everyone who's communicated to us directly or via the forum - your feedback has been invaluable as we continue to build out our platform!) As such, for this newsletter, we're keeping things succinct with a pair of updates that we think are pretty exciting.
To start, we're thrilled to announce that customers can now preorder the DAN A4-SFX! We've received many inbound inquiries over the past few months about this enclosure, and we can now finally give you all the details: Starting today, you can put in a preorder for $225 (plus shipping), and we'll start shipping out enclosures from the factory on May 16th. Be sure to check out the product page for the A4-SFX if you'd like to learn more about what this case can do.
In addition to this, we're also announcing the launch of something we're calling the Vendor Subforums. In cooperation with SFF Forum, we've been able to build dedicated areas for each SFFLAB brand, where creators and the community can look for (and post!) resources, questions, and feedback. Through this, we see a great opportunity to expand the searchable knowledge base for our projects, and realize a high level of engagement with the community - both of which are high priorities for us.
That's it for this month! Check out more details regarding these updates below, and our thanks once again to our customers, supporters, and collaborators.
— The SFFLAB Team
What we've been working on:
DAN A4-SFX: Now available for pre-order.
The third generation of the A4-SFX is here, with preordering now open on SFFLAB! Conceived in order to realize the smallest enclosure possible for high-end standardized components, the A4-SFX's unique layout has established the case as one of the most compelling solutions for SFF enthusiasts, developers, gamers, and beyond.
Introducing Vendor Subforums on SFF Forum
Ensuring that we stay deeply connected with the SFF community is critical to the mission of SFFLAB, and the success of projects we support. As such, we're excited to announce the launch of vendor subforums, in cooperation with SFF Forum. Through these dedicated sections, we're able to provide a space for creators whereby the community can ask questions, create informative posts, and give direct feedback to the brands we work with. Though they are experimental by nature, we can't wait to see how these subforums are used.