Antec is a name that pretty much every enthusiast, no matter the level, will know. Antec has been cranking out cases since 1986. Now Antec has a wide range of case for all tastes; they also have their own line of power supplies, fans and coolers.
Today we are looking at Antec’s newest case line, the LanBoy Air. The new LanBoy Air is a modular case that can be customized to suit the end user’s needs. Nearly every panel, including the motherboard tray and the power supply cage, can be removed and relocated. The LanBoy Air can also accommodate up to fifteen 120mm fans. Out of the box it comes with five 120mm fans: two front LED fans, two TwoCool LED Fans on the side panel and one TwoCool LED fan on the rear. All the fans are setup to blow into the case to create positive pressure in the enclosure. This is what Antec says will keep dust build up down inside the LanBoy Air. We hope that is true, as the LanBoy Air has no dust filters. The LanBoy Air also has room for three external 5.25″ devices, six internal 3.5″ drive bays and two 2.5″ drive bays. To hold spare screws and little parts there is also a small storage box included.
Features of the Antec LanBoy Air: