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Antec Skeleton Open Air Case Review

by lemonlime     |     December 28, 2008

Packaging & Accessories


The Skeleton comes packaged in a fairly small and somewhat reflective box. It is almost a perfect square, hinting to the shape of what sits inside.


Each side of the box has some artistic shots of the Skeleton frame. Only the upper frame of the case is pictured, which resembles some kind of a mechanical insect in our opinion. A shot of the multi-coloured LED fan can be found on the side of the case.


The Skeleton is packaged well enough with foam padding and adequate spacing on either side of the case. The case itself is wrapped in plastic to keep the dust out.


Not much is included with the Skeleton in the way of accessories. A bag of case screws, motherboard standoffs and a couple of zip-ties are provided as well as some hard drive mounting brackets for external hard drive mounting. A very concise manual and some warranty information is also included, but buyers should refer to Antecís full manual available at their web site.
 
 
 

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