Antec Three Hundred Two review: high-end entry-level chassis?

The price is right



Antec released the follow-up to the Three Hundred at a bit of higher price. On average, the Three Hundred Two will cost you about £10 more than its predecessor. The question is, what has Antec done with the Three Hundred Two to justify the increase? As we will show you further down, the manufacturer has included just the right features and a very effective cooling system.

So what do you get for the £60 Antec asks for the Three Hundred Two? A fairly standard-looking black chassis with sharp lines. Only in the details can we recognise the qualities of a luxury model from the "Hundred" series, for example the fan at the top and the lines in the front panel. The familiar mesh material is present as well.

The Three Hundred Two weighs just below 7 kg (6.66 kg) and measures 23.5 x 52.5 x 47.1 cm. This makes the case both lighter and bigger than its predecessor, with very thin steel and above-average depth and height. It potentially means more internal space. So let's have a closer look at this entry-level model with a mid-range price.

Antec Three Hundred Two

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Antec Three Hundred Two

Tower, ATX, Black, 2 fans

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Avg. £67.62
3 shops, 3x stock

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