Summary: This case is awesome I have this mini-pc loaded with Intel Motherboard with an i7 quad-core processor and 16GB of DDR3 with 2 SSD HD's running 3 operating systems.Win8 PRO,Mint Linux 15 with Cinnamon, and Win XP 64 bit. This Antec Mini ITX Case is perfect to take anyway where and you don't hear it run AT ALL! and works with a 90 watt adapter and you can mount it behind your (VESA) monitor. Worth every penny and you put in what you want in it make is as fast as you want!.
Summary: I am satisfied with the case BUT there is either minor defect in my PSU installation (the connector is slightly retracted into the case and it cannot be plugged in completely) or its quality is rather poor. Either way, this results in my e350 machine (with a very small TDP) to power off from time to time. Usually happens during heavy load like start up. I logged the temp so I'm sure it's not overheating that's causing the shutdown.
Summary: This is a great case if you're looking for a case to fit an ITX board for a HTPC. It is about the size of two coke cans stacked on top of each other. It is very small though so cable management does take some work. You will need some zip ties to keep all the wires from your processor heatsink fan. The vesa mount is also great! I can keep it hissing behind my TV with a wireless logictech keyboard/touchpad setup.
Summary: Very good finishing, perfect size but the internal power cable is too long with the motherboard, and I suggest to make shorter power cable as another option, also there is no inside connection to USB 3.
Summary: Pros: About as small as a mini itx system can get Included 90 Watt power supply. Enough space for a stock Core i3/i5 cooler. Good ventilation for a small case. Cons: My main issues with this case: no front USB3 No case fans (Not that there is enough space anyway) Don't plan on using the PCI-E expansion board In my case not a con - no space for an optical drive in the case.
Summary: For the size of this case it was relatively easy to assemble a computer in. The only drawback to this case that I see is the lack of usb 3.0 ports on the front. Having said that I don't have any usb 3.0 accesories, so it's not really affecting me. I would definitely reccomend this case if you have a mini-itx build that you want to be as small as possible.
Summary: i origionally bought an m350 + pico psu. Though i like it alot this one is better and cheaper. Room for 2. One note the hsf height restriction is incorrect as i bought a 53mm hsf. it did not fit and was off by 3mm.
Summary: The case is great for htpc and it has just the right amount of space inside. The case is mostly plastic but air flow is great. I installed an low voltage i3 and no overheat issues whatsoever. The great thing is the ample amount of usb connections in the front and rear. That is good if your motherboard can connect to. Overall, I'm pretty happy with this product. It's one of the smalles mini-itx cases that I've seen that does not get all cramped up inside.