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.
Cooler Master was founded in 1992, and has since been one of the world's leading hardware manufacturers, focusing mainly on cases and cooling solutions. To begin with, Cooler Master aimed at enthusiasts, but trough the years they've started producing products for all segments which is why they now have cheap mainstream products and very expensive high end stuff as well. Cooler Masters portfolio has expanded a lot trough the past few years, and now include various pc accessories as well as high quality power supplies. About 6 months ago, we reviewed the Cooler Master CM 690 PURE case, and ended up with a very positive experience.
We have received one of AOpens older case products for reviewing. The product is the G325 Gaming Case, which is a small case designed for micro ATX form factor motherboards. AOpen labels the case as a Gaming Case, and it have a design that.
The case reviewed today is from the German APLUS. The case isn’t very big, it’s in the mid tower range. The name of the case is Aplus CS-Monolith II, which makes you think of something that will last forever. No power supply is bundled which is pretty normal.
The company APlus Case, which manufactured this case, is dedicated to making computer cases, and they’ve been selling cases since 2005.