Antec have just added yet another new model to their Lifestyle series of PC cases, the "Solo". Featuring the latest innovations in noise reduction technology and a classic piano black finish, Solo is ideal for many computing environments.
For further information, check out Antec's official announcement.
All Lifestyle series cases are designed to enhance computing environments by being ultra-quiet. Noise reducing features make the cases appropriate for any area in the home, and their elegant and stylish appearance makes them attractive in any setting.
Solo accomodates any ATX12V form factor power supply, allowing it to be adapted for a wide range of computing needs and providing greater options for modification and upgrading. For maximum quietness, the case is designed for use with quiet PSUs such as Antec's Neo HE, Phantom or TruePower 2.0 to enhance the chassis' noise reducing features.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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