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Antec are known for their wide range of high quality products, ranging from power supplies to high performance gaming enclosures. Today we have the Antec One Hundred Case to review, it’s designed for gaming and boasts an advanced cooling system, as well as being SSD compatible. Let’s take a closer look. We’ve reviewed a fair few Antec cases here at Tech-Reviews and they’ve always performed extremely well. The Antec One Hundred retails at about £40 so it’s hardly going to break the bank. When compared with the Antec Three Hundred and the Antec Twelve Hundred, retailing at £50 and £120 respectively, it’s fairly obvious that if you want the full Antec package you’re going to have to be prepared to spend a bit more cash than you normally would. However, even though the Antec One Hundred is the most basic gaming case that Antec offer, it does include a variety of features. Compared with most cases, you don’t actually receive many accessories with the Antec One Hundred. We’ve just got the manual and a large bag of screws.
Antec, the American case manufacturer has a plentitude of gaming cases on the market, all ranging in price and size. Their “Hundred” series takes up a good chunk of their gaming cases and we get to take a look at the start of the series, the One Hundred. It features 8 expansion slots, top accessory tray and large CPU cutout among other things. Read on further to see our take on this budget gaming case. Special thanks to Antec for providing us with the One Hundred Mid Tower Case to review. The case comes packaged in a high quality cardboard box. The design on the package follows standard Antec packages, which include the Antec yellow and a black background as well as high quality product images surrounding the case. The front of the package covers some of the features of the One Hundred, while the back goes into a little more detail. The case is protected by two hard pieces of foam and is covered by a plastic bag to keep the dust and debris off the case.