- Brand Name: Antec
- Model Number: LanBoy Air
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Color: Yellow/Blk
- Item Display Weight: 23.65 pounds
Antec Lanboy Air Yellow ATX Mid Tower Computer Modular Case
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- Builders, inventors, dreamers and players of all types, meet the LanBoy Air, the worlds most modular, most customizable open-air chassis.Nearly every part on this case, down to the motherboard and PSU mounts, is removable and customizable.
- LanBoy Air's exclusive AirMount HDD mounting system - the first of its kind - literally suspends drives in the air, providing superior vibration resistance and noise reduction.
- A unique airflow design faces up to 15 total fans inward, creating positive internal air pressure that blows harmful dust and heat out and away from your prized components
- Details, 11 drive bays - 6 x 3.5 HDD's int, 3 x 5.25" ext, 2 x internal bottom mounted 2.5" SSD bays. Fans-10 optional for CPU-Memroy Cooling-side drive bay fans and top. Top water cooling radiators are installed along with rear grommets.
- Room for growth with, 8 expansions slots and room for Graphics Cards up to 16". Front ports are 1 USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0 and Audio in and out, AC'97 and HAD Compatable. Motherboard compatability is, Mini-ITX, microATX and Standard ATX.
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From the Manufacturer
The Antec LanBoy Air Modular Open-Frame Case is an innovative case with open-air, mesh construction and modular components that allow for a wide variety of configurations and individual customization. With 11 drive bays, eight expansion slots, and a unique, suspension-mount system for up to six hard drives, the LanBoy Air also features a distinctive airflow design with five included fans and the option for 10 more.
Customize Your Case
With seven removable, mesh panels and an entirely modular interior, the Antec LanBoy Air Open-Frame Case provides a highly customizable framework for building the exact computer you want. Even the mounts for the motherboard and power supply are removable and adjustable, so you can have your PSU at the top or bottom of the case, or move your motherboard up or down to a specific position. You can also use one of the front side panels as the door, and mount your drives to the left or right instead of facing forward.
Drive Bays to Meet Your Needs
With eight expansion slots to support triple graphics-card configurations, six internal 3.5-inch bays, and three external 5.25-inch bays, the LanBoy Air provides extensive options for personalizing your computer or gaming system. It also includes two internal 2.5-inch SSD bays for smoothly integrated fast data transfer.
Protects Hard Drives
The LanBoy Air features a ground-breaking AirMount hard-drive suspension system, which literally suspends up to six drives in midair for vibration resistance and noise reduction.
Innovative Cooling System Allows Up to 15 Inward-Facing Fans
Designed with intensive users in mind, the LanBoy Air includes two 120-millimeter side LED fans for graphics-cards cooling, one 120-millimeter rear LED fan with external two-speed controls, and two 120-millimeter front LED fans with stepless control knobs. Optional fans include two 120-millimeter fans for CPU and memory cooling, six 120-millimeter side fans for the drive bays, and two 120-millimeter top fans. The unique airflow design creates a positive, internal air pressure that blows heat and dust out through the panel perforations. Water cooling support is also offered.
Top-Mounted I/O ports for Easy Access
Situated at the top of the front panel are access ports for headphones, microphone, two USB 2.0 ports, one USB 3.0 port, and the power and reset buttons, so you can quickly and easily plug in to your system.
At 20.3 pounds, the LanBoy Air is 20.37 inches tall, 19.29 inches deep, and 8.74 inches wide. It features durable construction, a sleek, black finish with contrasting color accents, and carry handles that flip up for easy transport. The LanBoy Air is compatible with Mini-ITX, microATX and Standard ATX Motherboards.
The Antec LanBoy Air Modular Open-Frame Case is backed by a manufacturer's three-year limited warranty.
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LanBoy Air Modular Open-Frame Case.
Top Customer Reviews
some mobo standoff and one HD side bar missing, I called Amazon, they offer to take it back,
but the case is fine except the missing part, so I tried calling Antec, I am glad I did, I could speak to a representative in reasonable short time, very helpful and courteous, and I received the missing parts in the next few days,
excellent Antec customer service,
unlike Thermaltake, I purchased a Armor+ case, one rubber feet missing upon deliver, tried to contact them, Thermaltake never replied, so my Armor+ case still sitting on 3 rubber feet, although Armor+ is a great case even one feet short, but Thermaltake's customer service sucks, if anything missing on their product, there is no remedy, except returning to Amazon, Amazon is the best in taking care of problem.
After missing parts problem resolved promptly, I am extremely satisfied with Antec LanBoy, as well as Skeleton I purchase previously,
Antec has great customer service, and is trustworthy!
1) Power supply slide out tray -- This made adding a power supply a ton easier and faster. And when the unit needs to be upgraded, it will be a snap.
2) Thumbscrews on everything -- Need to get access to a section in the case fast, this design makes it possible. Almost every screw that you will access can be manipulated with just your hands.
3) Lots of fans -- 15 possible 120mm fans!!! Whoa, this is some very serious cooling. The case comes with 5, and they are the two speed 120mm variety from Antec.
4) Straight path to the motherboard -- With this case you have direct, full access to the motherboard. No lips, sharp edges, or overhangs. The motherboard tray is removable but I doubt anyone will need it. Makes installing, or working with the components a snap.
5) Motherboard tray -- It has a hole in it! The spot where your proc will be mounted, there is a hole so that the dans will be able to cool the underside of your processor mount.
a) Toolbox needs a real screwdriver to access it -- It fits snug, but when at a lan party, if not screwed in, you might loose it. These should be thumb screwed on.
Great case! Building this box to move around. So far love the handles, and how easy it is to work on the box. You won't be disappointed.
(1) Almost entirely *plastic* construction
- case wants to slide on most surfaces (must add sticky feet)
- somewhat limited options for mounting radiators/fans for liquid cooling (2 bay pre-built the only real option IMHO) Thermaltake BigWater 760 Plus CPU Cooler - CLW0211
-> Only 3 5.25" bays, which will be fully utilized by dual bay liquid + standard optical drive.
- somewhat lacking in durability, definitely lacking in protection from nearby physical play (kids, etc) and drink spills/spray (apparently a concern for some folks)
(2) Limited (or no) options for liquid cooling
- especially true for pre-built options like corsair H##'s)...DO NOT plan to use these (Not enough room above most MOBO's for internal placement, (partial) external just NOT possible.
- completely adhoc/custom liquid cooling can be made to work (120 or 240 rad on top with tube entry via add-on card slot..so thin tubes.
In the end, the case remains an attractive and reasonably priced option, and I'd certainly consider for a semi-mobile case...perhaps for a college student. The plastic makes it somewhat mobile.
Hope this helps, the reviews were noticeably lacking in the drawbacks of the case. The positives you can read in depth from the other many reviews.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this case is bad ass, it has lasted me for a long time, and it's got enough room for all types of midifications, from liquid cooling to fitting multiples docks and drives.. Read morePublished 11 months ago by andrew bolger
This Case i have owned for 1 year. it was a mess to build. cable management is poor, only could stack 13 fans in this case. Read morePublished on July 31, 2013 by GreenEnvy
the tower computer case wa a gift for a young adult who is determined to build his own computer -- and it was a hit. Read morePublished on January 16, 2013 by Paulette Warren
I like this case. you can do so much with it as far as setup goes. I gave it four stars because Antec Lanboy could have some improvements: ( 1) the HD pulls down to the back due to... Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by Soja
This is a great case with lots of configureability and almost too many options. Overall this is a great case and my son loves it!Published on January 3, 2013 by craig koellhoffer
Damn nice case and looks super, I am running all of the 18 fans, only thing I didn't think about it takes in so much dust and dirt, I have to air out my computer every week. Read morePublished on December 23, 2012 by Tracie Bobb
This is THE case for my i7 Sandy Bridge system for home-recording/multimedia. I am a bighanded IT lout and the space inside this puppy was a great relief to work in. Read morePublished on December 10, 2012 by David Albert
Aside from the high price tag, everything is good to go with this case. Plenty of room, well built, and even a neat little "toolbox" to store all your screws in. Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by wickjeff