Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 13, 2011 - 06:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: antec, lanboy air yellow
The new Antec LanBoy Air Yellow has a very different look to. The exterior is almost entirely mesh apart from some very yellow highlights and the design is modular allowing you to remove parts of the case for easy access. There are quite a few fans installed by default with space for more and two rubber grommets on the back allow for an external radiator for those who prefer liquid cooling. RealWorldLabs warns that the over $200 price tag may scare some off but they feel the case is worth every penny.
"The latest Antec offering in their gamers PC case line called the LanBoy Air doesn't only feature a modular design never seen before, very good build quality, low weight and superior airflow but it also allows you to customize pretty much every aspect of it in order to meet your exact needs."
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