Five Hot HTPC Cases Get Reviewed

Posted: Mar 18 2009, 9:47am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:28pm CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 
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You cannot just have any HTPC case mess up your stylish living room interior. Techspot has recognized this and published a review of 5 what they call beautiful HTPC cases. The HTPC cases reviewed include the Antec MicroFusion Remote 350, Silverstone LC13B-E, Lian-Li PC-C37, Thermaltake DH104, and GlacialTech Altair A381.

Quote from the review: "The HTPC came about to combine many or all components of a home theater setup into a single box. As a convergence device, the HTPC combines the functions of a personal computer and a digital video recorder. Effectively a HTPC can replace DVD/Blu-ray players, CD players, recording devices and various other multimedia entertainment devices. One of the greatest challenges a HTPC faces is fitting in with the rest of your living room equipment, and this burden is placed at large on the case. Besides good looks, the case must operate at a reasonable volume and for a HTPC that volume is near silent. And while the volume issue can easily be solved by lowering fan speeds, this usually creates another potentially worse problem, heat!"
Read the full HTPC review round-up on TechSpot. Shop for HTPC cases on NewEgg.

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