Antec Fusion Micro



To conclude, I would certainly recommend this case to a user looking for a compact and good-looking case that would suit their living room. My reasons for this conclusion are that the case performed very well during testing and certainly this smaller version in the Veris line has not been very affected by the reduction in size.

Moreover, the style of the product is very modern and, in my opinion, would not look out of place in any living room or next to any television. And, with a price guide of between £110 and £125, this HTPC is not going to cost a fortune.

The only down sides are the fact that installation is quite fiddly as you need to remove lots of brackets as well as having to take out the LCD screen and at high fan speeds the noise can be a problem.

Overall, if you’re after a fashionable, reliable PC enclosure that offers great performance, then the Antec Micro Fusion 350 is for you and it will definitely not let you down.

Pros Cons
Stylish Lengthy installation
Affordable Noisy at high fan speeds
Good performance  



Thanks go to Antec for providing us with this case.

This review was syndicated on tech seed.


Last modified: February 15, 2011

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