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Logisys Home Theater Acrylic Case

Most of the cases that have been reviewed here at Phoronix have been gaming cases and almost all of them have been tower cases. Desktop cases are now few and far between, but today we have a desktop case from Logisys, which is designed for Home Theater PCs, the Home Theater Acrylic Case (CS688CL).
26 April 2005

A-Top Technology Gladiator 2005

A-Top Technology has recently released the Gladiator. The A-Top Gladiator is designed to be the "gamer's dream machine" with its car paint like finish, brushed aluminum front panel door, and tool-less features. In this review, we'll be trying out this case for ourselves as we see if the Gladiator is really a dream come true for gamers.
5 April 2005

A-Top Technology XPlode

Stated clearly on the A-Top Technology website is "A-Top will NOT provide any tech. support or warranty for their customers." Will the lack of all the support lead to a lower cost passed onto the consumer, or will A-Top chassis' prove to be something to steer clear from? In this review, we will be trying first hand the new A-Top Technology XPlode, with its exclusive ventilated design.
31 March 2005

Sytrin Nextherm ICS 8200

At Phoronix with the number of products we look at on a day to day basis it can get very monotonous at times. What we are reviewing today changed everything, leading to a very exhilarating work day. In this review, we have the honor of presenting the world premiere of the Sytrin Nextherm ICS 8200 Intelligent Midi Tower.
23 March 2005

Thermaltake Soprano

A soprano can be defined as a high singing voice, or in the case of Thermaltake, one of their latest computer chassis'. When we examine the Soprano Middle Tower, will this case make us want to sing in honor or great disappointment?
26 February 2005

Logisys UV Red Acrylic Case

Up on the review block today we have the Logisys Assembled UV Red Acrylic Clear Case. Many of the cases we see at Phoronix on a daily basis are composed of aluminum, steel, or plastic, but when the Logisys CS888UVRD entered our sights, we knew everyone would be in for a big surprise.
14 January 2005

Camo Painting Case Guide

Tired of your case's current color but don't want to fork out your hard earned money to buy a new case? Why not paint it? Painting a computer case isn't as hard as one may imagine, nor is it as expensive. Best of all, you can paint your case any color or style your creative mind can imagine. In this guide, we will be showing you how to paint a case in a camouflage pattern.
13 July 2004

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