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Antec One Case Review


by Stuart Davidson - 8th March 2012
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Antec One Case Review

Antec One Case Review


Here at HardwareHeaven we have been reviewing Antec products for some time now. Over the years we have seen a wide range of interesting items from their Spider like case to more traditional designs with our most recent review being their Eleven Hundred case. It retails for around £95/$130 which is the level where case quality and features really start to take off however not everyone sees the value of a case in that price range.

Antec realise that to some people a case is just the thing that holds their components and so have low cost options which look to provide Antec quality and features with minimal price. One of those budget friendly cases is the new "One" chassis which we have on our test bench today.

Packaging and Bundle


Antec package their One in a brown cardboard box which has a basic representation of the case on it. Inside the case is suspended in foam and wrapped in a plastic bag.


Bundled with the case is a short manual, all of our screws for the build and cable ties. Also shown above is a rail for 3.5" drive installation and a USB 3.0 to 2.0 convertor.
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