|Antec ISK300-65 Mini-ITX HTPC Computer Case|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by Olin Coles|
|Wednesday, 01 July 2009|
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Closer Look: ISK300 Exterior
If you're shopping store isles for a HTPC case, it's would be hard for the Antec ISK300-65 to catch your eye. Packaged in a plain brown corrugated box, the flagship model for Antec's ISK series is very humble in making a first appearance. While the box might not maintain the flash we've seen with the rest of Antec's product line, the upside is that the contents inside are safely packaged and free from abusive handling damage.
Once unpackaged, the Antec ISK300-65 looks the part of a HTPC enclosure, roughly twice the height of a Eee PC netbook computer.
The front of the ISK300 chassis is fairly busy, with the following interfaces occupying the landscape: eSATA port, two USB 2.0 ports, headphone and microphone jacks, Eject button, LED pin-hole, and a power button.
The Antec ISK300-65 kit includes a 65-watt AC to DC power adapter (brick), a support stand for upright positioning, a few zip-ties and SATA cables, and a set of adhesive rubber feet.
In the next section, Benchmark Reviews will reveal the detailed features included with the Antec ISK300-65 Mini-ITX computer case.