The Antec One Hundred isn’t really a new case on the market, so I can’t really say that it has features that wow me, however I am impressed by the unique method to install an SSD in this case. I am disappointed with some of the issues I had during installation, including the problems with the motherboard. I wasn’t really impressed with the very basic interior to the case. Sure you have the cable management and large CPU cutout, but installing all of my drives with screws takes a step in the wrong direction.
The case can be found online between $50-$60 shipped, which isn’t that bad for a case like this. Sure it doesn’t have a lot of features, but for the person looking for a somewhat decent case on a budget, then this case would be for you. ThinkComputers would like to award the Antec One Hundred a 7 out of 10 score.
- Interesting 2.5” drive installation
- Cable Management
- 8 expansion slots
- Motherboard installation and clearance issues
- No tool-free installation methods or reusable expansion slots