Antec One Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Andy Ruffell / 9 years ago
Yesterday morning felt particularly special as we heard the clunking sound of the delivery vans rear doors outside the office. With much anticipation we opened the door and there it was. The much awaited Antec “One” with an understated box design that reflected its Entry level status.
The packaging as a whole is very simple and the case comes shipped in a brown box with a silhouetted image of the chassis in question. The model name is also clearly denoted in the bottom right corner, and it is worth noting that this chassis has two USB 3.0 ports as stated on the front.
The rear of the box has an exploded diagram of the chassis showing the various fans, doors, and dust filters. This allows the consumer to see exactly how much space should be available to them if they are looking at various combinations of component installation.
The case is supplied with a variety of accessories including screws for component installation, cable management ties, a USB header converter, HDD tool-less installation clips as well as the obligatory user manual.