Antec Officially Launches P280 Super Mid-Tower Chassis

Hassan Mujtaba
Posted Nov 30, 2011
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Antec has officially announced the market availability of its P280 Chassis featuring a Super Mid-Tower Design. The P280 features a Simple yet elegant look and allows for an Quiet Computing environment of its predecessors and also offers a whole bunch of new features and an attractive price for Enthusiast PC builders.

Continuing the legacy of Performance One enclosures, the P280 integrates quiet technologies such as sound-dampening steel / polycarbonate side panels, a triple-layer front door and hard drive trays with preinstalled vibration-reducing silicone grommets. Its understated aesthetics will appeal to gamers and enthusiasts who prefer a stylish, functional appearance.

Every feature in the P280, from the enlarged internal layout to the air filters & fan mounts, is included to accommodate high-end systems. Supporting up to XL-ATX sized motherboards and four-way GPU configurations, it offers a new level of expandability in the Performance One series.


Understanding the importance of convenience and ease-of-use, the P280 includes tool-less optical drive bays, 3.5” drive trays that are also compatible with 2.5” drives, 30 mm of cable routing space behind the motherboard tray and six total cable routing holes, four of which are grommet-lined. The front & PSU intake filters can be removed without taking off the side panel or tipping the case.

“Performance One has always had a special place in the hearts and minds of our customers. With convenience & ease-of-use coupled with an attractive price point, we expect P280 to introduce customers new and old to the next generation of Performance One,” said Mafalda Cogliani Global Marketing Director at Antec.

The P280 reaches store shelves and online retail outlets, such as www.scan.co.uk, www.ebuyer.co.uk, and www.overclockers.co.uk in early December with a MSRP of £119.99.

Starting with January the case will be available at all UK resellers.

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