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Antec Micro Fusion Remote 350

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Overall 8

Antec MicroFusion Remote 350

4 May 2011
  • Summary: Antec has taken the successful Fusion and has slimmed it down considerably with the MicroFusion. Even though the dimensions are now much smaller, you still get a fully featured HTPC chassis. The MicroFusion has retained the same, simple, chic look which one searches for when getting a home theater up and running.
  • Pros: Excellent HiFi-eske looks, Low profile chassis, Soundgraph display and technology included, High-quality 350W power supply included, Easy hard drive installation, Enough space for larger, low profile CPU coolers, Plenty of space to bunch up unwanted cables, Excellent build quality, Good packaging
  • Cons: Noisy, even at the lowest level, No USB 3.0, Only one hard drive will fit, Stuck to using Antec PSUs with special cable for Soundgraph display, Slightly long cables, Long optical drives may cause problems with CPU cooler, Antec Fusion is bigger and cheaper
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Overall 9
Value for money 8
Construction 10
Functionality 9
Appearance 9

Antec MicroFusion Remote 350 Mini HTPC Enclosure

Benchmark Reviews
1 November 2008
  • Conclusion: True to Antec standards, the packaging was well designed with full color graphics and a thorough list of specification printed on the outside. Antec also maintains an excellent website with several product photos, data sheets, and even mechanical drawings. Unboxing the MicroFusion 350 was a treat. This is one of those occasions where the product actually looks better than the photographs.
  • Pros: Small size fits into most entertainment centers, Excellent thermal performance, Built-in LCD w/ media center compatibility, IR receiver and remote, Front eSATA port, Real aluminum bezel, 350W 80 Plus power supply, 3 TriCool case fans pre-installed
  • Cons: No card reader, Low profile expansion ports limit tv tuner and video options, Optical drive and motherboard may have clearance issues, Price
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Overall 5

Expert Review

29 September 2008
  • Excerpt: A compact, attractive home theater case on the outside, the Antec Micro Fusion Remote 350 suffers from a tight interior and some frustrating build limitations.
  • Pros: 350-watt power supply, Attractive front-panel LCD, Rigid construction
  • Cons: Supports only low-profile expansion cards, Just one hard drive bay, Difficult to route cables inside, Costly
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Antec Veris MicroFusion Remote 350 HTPC Case Review

Hardware Canucks
18 June 2009
  • Conclusion: CONCLUSION There is a lot to like about the MicroFusion Remote 350. The case itself is a wonderful mix of design and elegance which would make even the most comprehensive of entertainment centers complete. The case itself is classic Antec engineering, and from an engineering standpoint is pretty darn impressive. To be honest, the only thing better than its classy brushed aluminum looks is its potential for durability.
  • Pros: - Powerfully Petite!, - Elegant and stylish design, - 80+ PSU included, - LCD & IR remote included, - Nicely done hidden optical bay door
  • Cons: - Only 3 brass standoffs included, - Poor IR reception, - Small Remote, - LCD has terrible viewing angles, - LCD assembly needs to be removed in order to install a hard drive
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Test: Antec MicroFusion Remote 350

5 December 2008