A new and rather stylish media center chassis has just been added to Antec's lineup, the "Fusion" case being the latest to be a part of their LifeStyle series of PC enclosures. Complete with a useful and rather snazzy VFD, this chassis would blend rather nicely into most any home theatre environment.
For the full scoop, grab Antec's official announcement folks.
Fremont, CA - January 4, 2006 - Antec, Inc., the pioneering and leading global brand of high-performance computer components for the PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself markets, has introduced Fusion, the latest addition to its LifeStyle series of PC enclosures. Fusion brings quiet computing to home theater PC (HTPC) cases.
This HTPC case is ideal for users who want to integrate PCs into their daily lives. Fusion was designed to resemble other consumer electronics equipment in order to seamlessly blend into any home entertainment center. The case features a unique triple chamber design that isolates the power supply, hard drives and motherboard into separate cooling zones - resulting in a quieter and cooler system well suited for media center applications.
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