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Ahanix Romeo DX Case

Review by Joey Keith on 01.09.2002

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The days of plain square and boring old beige cases has come and gone. Now everyone is looking for cases with some color and flare that will break them out of the same old routine and keep them from spending tons of time and money on modding or painting. ExoticPC is the answer! They have great cases made by Ahanix that fit the "out of the ordinary" scheme without breaking your pocketbook. Ahanix is a California based company that produces some of the smoothest and stylish computer cases around these days. The Romeo DX case is a winner when it comes to style, but the best part is the low price and built in features.

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Width 8"
Height 17"
Depth 19.75"
External 5.25" bays 4
External 3.5" bays 1
Internal 3.5" bays 6
Rear expansion slots 7



Supports all Flex, Micro, Full ATX motherboards
Eleven bays for all the drives you need
Intel P4 and AMD XP/MP Compatible
Tool-Less Side Panels with Thumb Screws
EMI Protective Shielding
Available in four different colors
Slide-out motherboard tray
Front USB and audio ports





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