The case market has come a long way since the early 90's. Today it holds it's own ballgame between manufacturers trying to out do one another. It seems Ahanix might have outdone a handful of them.
The dboX is definitely a unique idea. Not too many cases, if any at all, have all the integrated features this case has. The biggest concept that makes this a true winner is their LED readout idea. Not only does it let you monitor up to three temperature readings, it also lets you control your fans at 10 speed settings. Another great addition to this case is the faceplates that cover up your CD-ROM drives. This is essential to keep the slick look of this case.
Unfortunately this case does not include a slide out motherboard try. That is essential for those who always change things in their computer. From another end, this case retails at about US$100 at ExoticPC; you can't really complain.
Overall, this is a great case for any of you looking for a nice case with tons of features without putting a big hole in your pocket. We would like to thank ExoticPC for sending over this review unit.
Good looking case
Tons of interesting features
No slide out motherboard tray
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- Ahanix dboX - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Ahanix dboX - Page 2 [Specifications & Features]
- Ahanix dboX - Page 3 [The Exterior]
- Ahanix dboX - Page 4 [The Interior]
- Ahanix dboX - Page 5 [LED Readout]
- Ahanix dboX - Page 6 [Benchmarks]
- Ahanix dboX - Page 7 [Conclusion]
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