Summary: Pros: Sturdy, Sleek Finish. Cons: Difficult to work in, loud fans. This is a neat little addition to the living room. When the box arrived I was stunned at how big this box was, I guess in my mind I pictured it a bit smaller. It's about the size of a toaster oven. There is definitely a certain order in which the parts need to be assembled. I would suggest you pick up a modular power supply because cable management in this not so little guy is a royal pain.
Summary: One of the better Micro ATX cases around, in my opinion. Sturdy build, nice placement of most components, decent airflow, and looks great. While the case is nice and glossy, it is a magnet for finger prints. The stock blue glow is subtle enough that it wont light up a room but strong enough that you know it is there. I would give 5/5 if it were for two things: - The cast is a bit deeper than most.
Summary: I've built three computers for family using this case and they all love it. A bit wider than the sandard case but about half the height. Glossy black piano finish.... it only appears cramped if you fail to plan... I use modular P/S and tie down all the cords ...getting ready to buy another.
Summary: The thermaltake Lanbox lite is one of its kind. I love the removable motherboard tray which made my life easier on installing my components. It doesn't take too much space inside your house and it looks awesome too with the side panels being transparent. Also, the side panel has a grill which adds extra ventilation to keep your PC cool. Few things that you have to take note when going for this product: 1) Make sure that your CPU heatsink is no more than 100mm in height.
Summary: Let me first state that this is not your typcial small form factor (SFF) mini-ITX/micro-ATX case! This thing is quite large and the reason for this is it's designed as a gaming case with enough room to fit large dual slot graphics cards and a full size ATX power supply which is not included. Build quality is good but don't expect Silverstone level quality as there's no aluminum here, only steel and the front panel is all plastic, but given the price it's expected.
Summary: This case is sweet,where do i begin?Side panels on both sides,japenese steel,so its heavy duty,nice black piano glossy finish to it(I plan painting the inside black too) :)came well packaged from Amazon the box was in perfect shape when i received this and my new Saitek 2 keyboard,Thanks Amazon!:D,If you plan on building a sweet gaming rig or a htpc get this case you wont regret it!
Summary: It took me 2 1/2 hours to put my computer together in this case. This is because it was so compact so I had to arrange cables properly so it wouldn't be in the way of the modular CD Drive housing. Pros: Beautiful design Not a tower easy motherboard slide out tray sturdy Cons: very short front USB and audio cables (this is the reason why I took off one star) HDD housing unit is in an awkward spot leaving no room for SATA ports on some motherboards (Gigabyte motherboards...
Summary: I personally love this box. It holds everything I have and more, though you must plan accordingly when purchasing your parts. I had to up the air cooling a little to maintain normal temps but I shoved a lot of stuff in it. It is a fun box to work with and good looking to boot. All the specs that you will find state that the front fan is 90mm, it actually holds a 92mm fan, however, it has to be the thinner 25mm vice 38mm if you plan to use the hard drive dock.
Summary: Pros: - Very modular case, I cannot believe how easy it was to install the parts even though it was cramped when assembled. - Cooling setup better than I expected even though ambient temperatures on load can exceed 40*C (see cons as well) - Looks amazing with interior lighting thanks to the acryllic panel - Very solid build - Accepts regular-sized PSUs! (Don't expect to cram in 1000+W elongated power supplies) - Accepts fairly large graphics cards.