“The case is made of steel with an aluminum faceplate, so it’s not the lightest case on the market. On the front of the case you’ll notice a small LCD screen, a volume knob, power button, reset button, two USB ports, a firewire port, headphone jack, and microphone jack. I think the case looks extremely slick and in a way it does look like a receiver. The case shows fingerprints easily, which is evident in the pictures.”
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
- Antec Fusion Black 430 @ DH
- VIA’s EPIA EX: Build a Tiny Multimedia PC @ ExtremeTech
- Cooler Master CM Media 282 Hybrid Desktop/HTPC Computer Case Review @ Tweaknews
- NZXT DUET Classic Series Steel HTPC Midtower Case @ Futurelooks
Source: Overclockers Club
Check out the Antec Veris Fusion Black 430 Media Centre HTPC case and it’s A/V cooler, which are up for review at OCC. The case’s design will look right at home in an entertainment center, and should have no problems fitting into a cabinet. Antec has also added an LCD panel to the front to give you a nice choice of information to display at a glance. The extra heat that the HTPC will generate won’t have a chance to fry any components if you also install the A/V cooler, and may help out your XBox 360 as well.