Overall, Antec has done a great job at redesigning the Solo for the Solo II. It offers some of the same features that many loved in the original while making it more modern and useful for today’s case standards.
Conclusion: When it comes to sound, the Solo II only slightly better than it's predecessor the Solo. A 120 mm True Quiet exhaust fan helps to keep noise down and temperatures lower. The build goes slower than other mid-sized towers due the layout, but the layout allows just enough room for performance...
Pros: Room for large video cards, True Quiet 120 mm exhaust fan, Silicone noise-damping feet, Sound damping panels, Multiple quiet-mounting options for hard drives, USB 3.0 on front panel, Small footprint
Cons: Low clearance under motherboard tray, Suspended hard drive can dislodge, Very little damping in front panel, On the expensive side, Drive cage difficult to access
Conclusion: The cooling is perhaps a little disappointing, but as expected, noise levels are very good. Quality and looks are also top, very impressive. Building the PC was easy, as easy as building any other computer. There were no notable difficulties.
Pros: Good build Quality, Looks understated and professional, Lack of noise
Cons: Price is too high on this one, Only one fan included, Lack of cable management and ‘tool less’ features
Summary: Con il Solo II Antec ha creato un prodotto dal design sobrio ed elegante, con una verniciatura nera a specchio nella parte esterna ed opaca nella parte interna, orientato ad un tipo di utenza che predilege soluzioni Quiet Computing.