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Antec MicroFusion Remote 350

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  1. Darksaber

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    Antec has taken the Fusion Remote Max, shrunk it down to the Fusion Remote and has made things even more compact with the MicroFusion Remote. This case can still take a mATX board and allows for low profile expansion cards to be installed, while still featuring the timeless Aluminum front. We take the case for a spin to see if it still offers everything we are looking for in a HTPC chassis, or if Antec slimmed away all the good stuff.

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    Why are specialty (unique) cases always so expensive. I mean as in sugo being $150 and fortress 03 being $220, you get my drift.
     
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    Silverstone cases have always been on the expensive side. Also, this case comes with a PSU, so we can knock $40 out of the price. It takes more skill and and care to create a small case, metal box with holes, if you get my drift.
     
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    Still hard to justify spending 140 on a case this small.
     

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