Antec P182 and P190 spotted at CeBIT

Posted on Friday, Mar 16 2007 @ 16:26 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Our colleagues from Hexus spotted two new cases from Antec at CeBIT. First up is the special edition of the P182 case which has a limited initial run of only 5,000 units.

The case has a nice mirror-like finish and features a nice looking black anodises interior. It definitely looks a bit better than the standard grey interiors.
Ok so that’s the special edition out of the way but what about those that just don’t like the style or can’t get a hold of one? Well the good news is there are three other finishes available for the new P182.

The P182 design itself is an update to the extremely popular P180 chassis, with some interesting changes that increase the functionality including pre-prepared water cooling routing, Tri-Cool speed adjusters accessible through the rear panel and a lower profile 120mm fan in the lower power supply chamber.
The other new case from Antec is the P190 which comes with a 550W and 650W PSU.



Just like the P182, the P190 features pre-prepared holes for water cooling on the rear, the case also features two 140mm fans instead of the 120mm fan from the old P180 and side panel of the P190 now features a huge 200mm fan with built-in dust filter.


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