Antec Sonata Proto PC Case brings back the old school

by Rafael Hernandez on May 5, 2010 · 0 comments

There was a time when power supplies were at the top of a computer case and things were good. Then some sanity prevailed and designs evolved to include better cable management and airflow.

Let the old times roll with the Antec Sonata Proto PC Case which brings back a familiar design with some updated touches that should make putting together your rig a bit easier. Hardware Secrets has the review:

Like Sonata Elite and Sonata III 500, Sonata Proto has a door covering the external bays. All Sonata models have two USB ports, one eSATA port, mic in and heaphones out jacks, plus a lock that makes it more difficult for someone without the key to open the front door – but not impossible, as the key used is similar to the keyboard lock key used when computers still ran on coal.

A simple understated looking case for your simple PC.

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