A little while back, we were intrigued by Antec's Cube Mini-ITX case, designed in partnership with Razer. Antec's engineers fused the usual Razer black-and-green palette with a stylish enclosure whose looks are both classy and unlike anything else on the market. We've got one of these cases in the TR labs now, and we're interested in seeing whether its performance matches its style.
For now, here's a brief refresher on the Cube. It's got room for up to four 2.5" storage devices, one 3.5" hard drive, and graphics cards up to 13.8" (350 mm) long. Light strips and a 120-mm LED fan in Razer green cast a glow in and around the case, and an LED-illuminated Razer logo on the front of the case leaves no doubt about owners' favorite brand. Windows on the top and sides of the Cube show off the components and lighting inside. Keep an eye out for our full review.
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