Summary: The Antec ISK-100 is an extremely compact ITX chassis. I may even go as far and say that it is one of the most compact DIY ones out there. Also considering the affordable price tag of around 65 Euro incl. taxes or 75 USD excluding them, the unit makes a very good impression. While installation was alright, Antec has really cut things close with the dimensions, as clearly seen with our chassis.
Pros: One of the most compact DIY ITX enclosures out there, 100 mm fan should replace noisy fans supplied by mainboard manufacturers, Two 2.5 inch hard drive bays included, Four USB 2.0 ports, well spaced apart in the front, Fairly silent operation, Sturdy construction, Can power up to 80W of components, Good price, Simple but very protective packaging
Cons: Restrictive interior, Dust can easily enter the chassis due to open side, No card reader or extensive connectivity up front, Slightly long cables, Simple brown packaging