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Very good construction quality.
2x USB 3.0 ports.
Unique interior design.
Huge opening in mainboard tray.
Functional toolless HDD cage.
Two additional 2.5" bay above and below the 3.5" HDDs.
Two 120 mm fans included.
Light without feeling cheap.
Washable Filter Under PSU Intake.
Very good construction quality.
Breakout covers in mainboard expansion slots and backplate.
20 mm cable space may be tricky for some configurations.
SSD adapters may not sit solidly in drive rails.
No reusable slot covers
Fan controllers not externally accessible.
Plastic HDD clips may not hold so well.
By HEXUS.net on October 24, 2012
HEXUS Snapshot: The One is pleasant to work with, it cools surprisingly well and, frankly, punches well above its weight. Few things are as satisfying as a good bargain, and we reckon we've found one in Antec's latest mainstream chassis. Dubbed...
By Bigbruin on October 16, 2012
Antec's One is intended to appeal to the mainstream market, offering a case that has many enthusiast level features at an extremely low price. Some of the finer features of the One include the two 120mm exhaust fans, tool-less drive installation,...
By Kitguru.net on August 24, 2012
A praiseworthy chassis which punches above its weight… or price tag....
By Bit-tech.net on June 26, 2012
Antec’s case line-up was starting to look a little confusing, so we were glad to see the company refocusing its efforts into one budget chassis rather than three. Considering it costs less than £50, the Antec One has a lot going for it....
By Atomic MPC on April 13, 2012
A little bare, but USB3 and good tool-less...
By techPowerUp! on March 26, 2012
In terms of first impression, the Antec ONE does a great job. It takes a different approach than one of the main competing cases, the Fractal Design CORE 3000, by offering better build quality, USB 3.0 along with a noticeably different internal look...
By Real World Labs on March 16, 2012
So does the Antec One deliver what it promises? I think so. The case, while small even for a midtower, wasn’t too difficult to work within with a little patience and preplanning. While the clutter could build up really quick with a lot of hard...
By HardwareHeaven on March 08, 2012
Looking first at the build quality of the Antec One we have a chassis which is very clearly manufactured to a level above the average case in this price range. It feels solid thanks to a decent thickness of steel, even on the sides and perforated...
By Hi Tech Legion on March 05, 2012
Overall, the features really sell the Antec One. I quite enjoy the tool free design that Antec uses. The 5.25" ODD drives snap into place and feel completely secure. I've had issues with many higher end cases with the ODD drives feeling secure on...
By Hardware Secrets on February 21, 2012
The Antec One is a good option for users on a budget. Its price is right, and we can definitely recommend it for users who don’t want to spend a lot of money on a computer case. We see as its main competitor the NZXT Tempest 210, which has a few...
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