Most folks who have been around computers for any length of time know the name Antec. These folks have been around since 1986 and since that time created a solid image of a company whose goal is to make high quality components for the DIY crowd.
While they have delved in several niche markets in that time, their reputation for making high quality power supplies and enclosures is practically legendary.
Enter the newest product to fall into their prestigious "Performance One" series category, the P190. While based somewhat on the tried and true P180 enclosure, it weighs in with not only a hefty feature set, but a price tag to match. Our goal today is to help you determine if the high price is worth what is being offered.
So, kick back and settle in as we tear into one of the most feature-rich enclosure computer cases available on the market today!
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