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Antec Lanboy

Antec Lanboy
alaScore 79

226 reviews

Apr, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 226 reviews of Antec Lanboy. The average rating for this product is 4.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Desktops for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Antec Lanboy is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Antec Super LanBoy

Mar, 2004

Expert review by: Mike Chin (

Antec Super Lanboy |


Antec's Super Lanboy aluminum case picks up where their Lanboy left off and adds bling in the forrm of a blue LED front 120mm fan and other goodies -- on top of real improvements that qualify it for inclusion in their "Quiet Computing" lineup. Another...

Removable right side door, Removable right side door

this review in our , No optical drive rails

They're marketing it as a "Quiet Computing" case, and considering that its designed primarily for full-on gaming, they've done a good job. It's not super quiet with the case fans running at 12 volts but it's feasible to run the fans at a fairly quiet 5...

Jan, 2004

Expert review by: Visionism (

Antec Lanboy


LAN parties. Don'tcha just love 'em? We at OCAddiction do and we know all you addicts out there certainly do. There is always a drawback to LAN parties though. Let me put it this way. I have a large case made of thick steel. The side panels alone are...

Oct, 2003

Editors Choice

Expert review by: Sam Bruce (

Antec Lanboy Review


Well it's the Antec Lanboy of course. What is the Lanboy, well it is Antecs latest in their long line of enthusiast cases. The Lanboy features durable, yet lightweight, aluminum construction, a sidewindow, Trueblue 350w power supply, and a...

Nov, 2006

Consumer review by: GreggBrain (

Great starter case!


If you want an easy to use starting 'lan' case this is it! Very easy to move around with and gives you a good starting point for maintenance on the road.

I use this case for my PC and so does my brother. It's lightweight and easy to move. It comes with a nifty little parts drawer to keep all the screws and little bits contained. Installation is pretty easy to do, even at a lan party

There's a little sliding door that gives access to the expansion card slots. It can be tough to tighten screws in there without a long thin screwdriver. Forget about using that short multi-tip ratchet screwdriver or pocket tool. The case does feel a...

Oct, 2007

Consumer review by: N/A (

May not fit some bigger cards


Given that there was a reviewer saying he managed to fit in a 8800GTX, I was surprised when I could not. The HD cage is in the way and you can't rearrange it without ripping off more than it's worth. Not a bad case overall but just beware of it's...

Overall quality not bad

Not deep enough to fit some cards

Oct, 2007

Consumer review by: Howard (

It's good to have this case back


Sturdy but light, overall a very high quality case. The tool box is a plus, it's a great storage for tiny pieces of accessories. Oh, it really surprised me when I managed to fit an 8800GTX in there, given the case is 2 inch less in length compare to...

It gets hot, which is a common problem with aluminum case. 120mm fans don't move much air, and it's almost impossible to clean the front fan grill. There is no secure mechanism for the HDD in the external bay, no screw no nothing. Be carefully when you...

Oct, 2007

Consumer review by: BBA (

Very nice!


The fans are fairly quiet, they do not have speed sensor wiring (which would have been a nice addition)

The layout is perfect. The drive orientation allows for complete consealed wiring. The finish is perfect and I don't know if any one said it already, it's light didn't have an aluminum backing to the strap handle like the geargrip handle has, but that is such a minor issue considering they actually give you the carry strap with the case

Sep, 2006

Consumer review by: freedomfighter (

Cool Case


The 120mm fans, one front one back, allows the air to flow around computer components. It's light which is a plus. I have purchased two. The case has the room for the motherboard and the 7900 GTX video cards. Very easy to work with

None, if you handle with care

Aug, 2006

Consumer review by: Alex (

Excellent case!


Great case.

Light case ; Tool Free design ; very quiet *large* fans, front and back ; very clean design, side window is large and well placed ; has noise dampeners *where the screws are* everywhere, Hard drive, back fan, etc ; something that i really liked about...

TOO LIGHT ; seriously though, this is an excellent case; i've already recremended it to all of my friends, so now it's time to recremend it to you! Get this case

Aug, 2006

Product Specifications

Hear that? It's a LAN party calling you. So take your game on the road with Super LANBOY. Its durable anodized aluminum body packs 9 drive bays. Two low-speed 120mm fans, including one with mesmerizing blue illumination. And a windowed side panel that lets you show off your drool-inducing rig. So pick up a Super LANBOY. And travel easy.