Antec P280 Performance Mid-Tower Case
With solid features, extra room and quality construction, we highly suggest the P280 for people into these kinds of case stylings for your consideration.
When we first started reaching out to companies that make cases, the very first one we approached was Antec for the simple fact that during those times they were the ones churning out a hefty number of gaming-targeted chassis, most of which are flashy and have very bold stylings to them. Antec does however have an extensive port folio of products which includes the Performance One family of chassis which is targeted for silent-computing enthusiasts and fans of monolith-styled cases. Today we have the latest entry into this prestigious product line in the P280. With the distinct simplicity of the Performance One line, the P280 is a huge leap from its older brother in its product line has been needing a refresh for some time now. Has Antec created a case worthy of the Performance One pedigree?
Antec is no stranger no making cases having been in the business for a long time now, they have witnessed the growth of personal computing and have built a legacy off this market with their wide port-folio of products ranging from their chassis, cooling solutions all the way up to power supplies. Antec is probably best known for their cases, and for us gamers, the LanBoy Air and DarkFleet series are probably our dream cases. Some of us though dream of their other case offerings, one of which is what we have for review today which is the P280; a discrete-looking enclosure, dubbed as a super mid-tower by Antec aimed to maximize your computing experience. Let’s check out some specs first.