Antec ONE Preview

Antec ONE Preview

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Introduction


I would like to thank Antec for supplying the review sample.


Today we are fortunate to preview the Antec ONE chassis. Here is what Antec has to say about their newest chassis:
For new builders and seasonal system integrators alike, everyone will find something to like in Antec’s One. This enclosure is stocked with features any builder will value at an attractive price – ample cooling, USB 3.0, tool-less 5.25” & 3.5” drive bays and bottom-mounted PSU intake with air filter – so that you can put your PC together with ease and get to the fun stuff. If you’re looking for high quality PC essentials at an affordable cost, then this enclosure is the One for you.

Specifications

Antec ONE
CASE TYPE:Mid-Tower
MATERIAL:Steel, Plastic & Metal Mesh
WEIGHT:4.9 kg
SLOTS:7
DRIVE BAYS:3x External 5.25"
5x Internal 3.5/2.5"
2x Internal 2.5"
MOTHERBOARD
FORM FACTORS:
Mini-ITX
mATX
ATX
DIMENSIONS:438 mm (H) x 208 mm (W) x 488 mm (D)
FRONT DOOR/COVER:NO
FRONT FANS:1 X 120 mm (not included)
REAR FANS:1x 120 mm (included)
TOP FANS:1x 120 mm (included)
BOTTOM FANS:1x 120/140 mm (not included)
SIDE FANS:1x 120 mm (not included)
I/O:2x USB 3.0
1x Headphone
1x Microphone
FAN CONTROLLER:Yes, high/low switch on each incl. fan


Packaging


Antec has shipped the chassis to us in a plain cardboard box. Considering the price range of the chassis, one should expect a plain packaging, with a few things printed on it. The ONE is held in place by two fairly compact foam spacer. Even though our unit did not come with a protective bag placed over it, the final one will.

Contents

Unfortunately, we did not get any contents with this preview chassis, so we cannot show you what else you will receive. One should expect the basics, including some sort of trays or rails for the hard drive bays. A simple manual should also be part of the extras.
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