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Antec ISK110 VESA Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 30,316 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: June 25, 2012
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Introduction
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The Antec ISK110 VESA is a tiny case for Mini-ITX motherboards, targeted to users who want a small computer that won’t take up any space on their desktop. In fact, the ISK110 VESA can be attached to the back of your video monitor, so it won’t take up any space on your workspace and it will also be hidden from view. Let’s check it out.

You can use the case standing, as shown in Figures 1 and 2, or you can use it laying flat, as shown in Figure 3. The case comes with a stand, if you will use the case standing up. See Figures 5 and 6.

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Figure 1: Antec ISK110 VESA case

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Figure 2: Antec ISK110 VESA case

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Figure 3: Antec ISK110 VESA case


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Figure 4: The rear panel

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Figure 5: Stand

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Figure 6: Antec ISK110 VESA case

The panel above the motherboard is completely meshed. Air vents are also present on the side panels (or top and bottom panels, depending on how you look at the case). This is very important, as the case doesn’t support fans; the only fan that will be present is the fan of the CPU cooler.

The case has four USB 2.0 ports and the traditional audio jacks on its front panel.

Due to its reduced size, it doesn’t support the installation of optical drives.

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