Antec Announces Scary-Looking Skeleton Enclosure, Just in Time for Halloween

Antec Announces Scary-Looking Skeleton Enclosure, Just in Time for Halloween

Anthony Nguyen
Oct 7, 2008

So, what exactly is it? The same question crossed our minds when we first saw Antec's new Skeleton case. Well, it's not really a case, but more like something from a horror flickr, packing a unique top-mounted 250mm fan, room for expansion galore, and a standard ATX motherboard. Grab one of these and projector to create holographic ghouls to scare kids away from your house.

A side look at Antec's proposed "world's first open air case."

Features include:

* 4 Drive Bays
• External: 2 x 5.25"
• Internal: 2 x 3.5"
• Optional: 4 x 3.5" side panel mounted drive trays
* Layered tray design for greater system integration flexibility
* 7 Expansion Slots including room for 11" video cards
* Cooling System:
• 1 top 250mm TriCool 3-speed multi color customizable LED Fan
• 1 front 92mm HD cooling fan
* Motherboard: Standard ATX
* Front ports:
• 2 x USB 2.0
• 1 x FireWire (IEEE1394)
• 1 x eSATA
• Audio (AC97' and HDA compatible) In and Out
* 0.8mm cold rolled steel for durability with reinforced plastic frame
* Rack mount quality side rails for greater durability
* No Power Supply included: To optimize performance of your Skeleton, your choice of power supply is crucial. Antec strongly recommends choosing from Signature or TruePower series.
* Unit Dimensions:
• 13"(H) x 14.8"(W) x 16.5"(D)
• 33.02 cm(H) x 37.6 cm(W) x 41.9 cm(D)
* Packaging Dimensions:
• 15.74"(H) x 18.11"(W) x 18.89"(D)
• 40 cm(H) x 46 cm(W) x 48 cm(D)
* Weight:
• Net: 15.5 lb / 7.02 kg
• Gross: 21.4 lb / 9.7 kg

No word on pricing just yet, but we'll definitely keep an eye out for this one.

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