Overall I’m not really impressed with this case. It lacks some simple features that even $50 cases have now-a-days. While the sleek design and unique features to make this a nice case, the DF-35 misses some of the basic features that cases should have in 2010.
The DF-35 has an MSRP of $139.95, but it can be found online for around $110 at your favorite e-tailer. This case, in my opinion, isn’t really a cost-effective case. While it does have some nice features, it still lacks the basic fundamentals of a case for this price range. Overall ThinkComputers would like to award the Antec Dark Fleet DF-35 Mid Tower Case 7 out of 10 score.
- Hot-swap support
- Two front access doors
- Fan control
- Sleek design
- Lacks basic “tool-free” installation
- Front bezel isn’t easily removable
- Cheap expansion bay covers (not reusable)
- Unnecessary motherboard I/O plate
- No User Manual