Excerpt: Antec's Skeleton case is a real work of art that also brings top-notch cooling and innovative design elements to the table. The open design and sliding component tray makes installation relatively easy, and hardware changes can be achieved quickly and with minimal bother.
Summary: The Antec Skeleton Case has open air design & is really intended for reviewers, testers or anyone who's swapping hardware a lot. Being able to easily & quickly install or remove computer components is a fantastic. It consists of just two parts, the frame & the component tray.
Excerpt: This week we have been lucky enough to get our hands on a very cool PC case, that we featured on geeky gadgets previously, the Antec Skeleton Open Air Case.
The Antec Skeleton is not like any other …
Summary: This article will talk about a truly unique case with original design that boasts easy access to all system components, excellent cooling at very low noise level and extravagant looks. It has only one, but very serious drawback. Find out more from our review!
Summary: To test the Antec Skeleton we first assembled our profiling
hardware into NZXT Tempest case since it is known to have excellent air movement
abilities. We then reviewed the two enclosures to see which one had the
best idle temperatures.
Conclusion: From day one I have been thoroughly impressed with the Antec Skeleton. The case’s unique design may make you think that Antec was going more for form over function, but they have really spent their time designing a great looking case that is very easy to use.
Excerpt: Over the years the Antec brand has become synonymous with high quality chassis and has included some of our all time favourite cases, not least the Antec P182 which is still our recommended high end case almost two years since it was first released!