Antec LanBoy Air Gamer Case test

Hardware udlånt af: Antec.
Skrevet den 13. Dec 2010. Testen er vist 13355 gange.

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Introduction
Antec was established in 1986 and have ever since been a pioneer on the hardware market. Their headcounter is located in Fremont, California and Antec have besides this sales offices and storage in Holland, Germany, China and Taiwan.


Antecs producs are globally sold in more than 40 countries and Antec have hereby covered most of the potential market. Antec is known for their big portfolio in hardware but it is without saying their powersupplys and cases they are famous for among the mainstream and enthusiast consumers.


The LanBoy Air is targeted towards gamers, overclockers and enthusiast at the same time. The case’s design and features like LED-fans and handles makes it suitable for LAN-parties. Every part - besides the body in steel  - are modules that can be adjusted. This makes it easy for creative types whom hobby is to modify the product. LanBoy Air have with its 5 x 120mm fans and 15 x 120mm possible locations for fans an astounding potential in regard to cooling which appeals strongly to overclocking. A removable motherboard tray, 8 x PCI-slots, SSD-support and fan controller to control the pre-mounted fans gives the enthusiast a lot of possibilities.

 


Packaging

Antec packs their LanBoy Air in a medium-big box with a nice illustration on the front. The picture shows the case’s modular parts. The back-side shows the features expressed in points together with additional information


 



  
The case is wrapped in a clear plactic bag and is supported by Styrofoam on both sides. The manual is situated in the top so the new owner can achieve insight before use. 



Accessories

 

  • Manual
  • Different screws
  • Cable strips
  • Silicone feet for 2.5” SSD-harddrives
  • Mounting things for ordinary 3.5” harddrives

 





 

The enclosed accessories are located as follows: The manual along with the cable strips are in the top – the screws and silicone rings are in a black toolbox which is attached to the case’s front with screws. The harddrive mountings are in a white box located in the power supply cage.

 


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