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Antec One Hundred Window review

Antec One Hundred Window - A Window to Leetness

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Launch SRP S$98

Overall rating 7.5/10
Aesthetics:
8
Functionality:
7.5
Usability:
7.5
Value:
7.5
THE GOOD
Fan controls provided
Spacious for budget casing (fits graphics cards 11 inches long)
Solid build quality
THE BAD
No exhaust holes for bottom-mounted PSU
No USB 3.0 support
Not a tool-less chassis


Exterior Design

Exterior Design

The 6.9kg One Hundred Window has side panels which have a finish that appears glossy but actually feels matte to touch. Under strong lighting however, fingerprints are noticeable (as you might have noticed from our earlier picture. Its full wire mesh front allows for maximum airflow, but it's also acts as a dust trap at the same time. While you would have to wipe it clean occasionally to improve internal airflow, at least it reduces the need to maintain the individual fans. There's always two sides to the use of these fine front mesh facades. An improvement over the older Two Hundred casing is the improved front I/O panel is laid out in a straightforward fashion and is clearer to use. While it sports quad USB ports, they are still 2.0 compliant only and there is no reset button.