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Product: Antec P150 Quiet PC Case
Date: March 23, 2006
Author: Bob Buskirk
Edited By: Ashley Donaldson
Provided By: Antec
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Discussion: Discuss in Forums

A Closer Look

Below the drive bays are the front ports, power and reset buttons. The ports include audio, 2 USB, and firewire. Opposite the buttons is the HDD LED. The buttons and front ports do not draw attention to themselves. They are nicely placed and blend in with the case.

Moving along to the back of the case, the P150 does come with a power supply. It alone goes for around $79. Below the power supply is a HUGE 120MM fan. This case is meant to be quiet, so as we all know a 120MM fan is much quieter than an 80 or 92MM fan. There are also some webbed ventilation holes below the fan.

One of my favorite things about the P150 are the screws on the back. Now they are thumb screws in that you can easily unscrew them without a screwdriver. The outer layer of them is plastic while the inner part is metal and can be used with a screwdriver. Now what makes them great is that they are actually attached to the side panel of the P150 so you will never loose them. It would have been nice to see these screws on both sides of the P150.


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