Antec P280 Mid-tower Case Review
Antec is well known for it PC peripherals, and I must say the do make some very good products. Today we take a good look at the Antec P280 Mid-tower case, now some of you are wondering; why are you review a PC case. Simple, its the most important part of a PC build. The durability and flexibility of a case determines how smooth your build goes and how well your PC will run. The P280 will run you about $109 from newegg and I can’t begin to tell you the kind of bargain you are getting from this case. The P 280 from Antec is a builders case, with a simplistic design that is geared for easy access and providing builder and enthusiasts with all they need for their build. The P280 emphasizes the ease of use, quiet technology and unparalleled performance characteristic of Antec’s Performance One series. This advanced enclosure comes equipped with features that will maximize your PC experience, from Quiet Computing panels & HDD drive trays, to grommet-lined cable routing holes with ample space behind the motherboard tray. The P280 accommodates motherboards up to XL-ATX (10.3” x 13.6”) and includes nine expansion slots to support up to four 13.0” long graphics cards. And with convenient tool-less optical drive bays, easy access front & bottom PSU intake air ﬁlters, two front panel USB 3.0 ports and you get an elite enclosure that will last you for builds to come.
This really is a solid case for anyone looking to jump into piece building, what I do like the most about the Antec P280, are the pre-placed motherboard pegs(legs). That tells me that Antec understand the builders mindset and is geared at making PC build feel fun and less stressful as most might think. Overall the Antec P280 is a definite buy for any PC Builder or enthusiast and worth the purchase