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antec

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Antec NoteBook Cooler S

The Antec Notebook Cooler S is much smaller than other fan-powered laptop coolers, but is also slightly less effective.

By March 2, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 2, 2007
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Antec Notebook Cooler

The Antec Notebook Cooler uses dual USB-powered fans to provide effective cooling for hot laptops.

By February 22, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating February 22, 2007
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Antec Minuet 300

Apple's Mac Mini Core Duo has effectively killed the small-form-factor, do-it-yourself market, which makes it hard to argue for the Antec Minuet 300, despite its cool features and slick design. If you can find a specific reason to help you justify building a SFF PC yourself, however, the Minuet 300 will serve you well.

By June 15, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating June 15, 2006

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Monitor LED backlight kit is easy on the eyes

The Antec "soundscience bias lighting halo 6 LED kit" (phew!) lights up your life, or at least the back of your desktop monitor. It's intended to ease eye fatigue, but could find a home in maker projects.

By April 27, 2011

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Breathe easy with Antec's open-air PC case

Claiming to be the world's first open air PC case, the exposed casing also serves a practical purpose to keep the components cool.

By October 8, 2008

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Antec offers poor man's HTPC kits

The Multimedia Stations bundles enable consumers to instantly turn any PC into a home theater.

By August 7, 2008

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Apple's Mac Mini Core Duo has effectively killed the small-form-factor, do-it-yourself market, however, if you can find a specific reason to justify building a SFF PC yourself, the Minuet 300 will serve you well.

Apple's Mac Mini Core Duo has effectively killed the small-form-factor, do-it-yourself market, however, if you can find a specific reason to justify building a SFF PC yourself, the Minuet 300 will serve you well.

May 21, 2008

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Nortel ups stake in joint venture with Antec

Nortel Networks and Antec announced Monday the new terms of their deal to form Arris Interactive, a cable business joint venture. Under the new terms, Nortel raised its stake in the company from 46.5 percent to 49.3 percent, while Antec shareholders own the remaining stake. The optical equipment maker will receive 37 million shares of Arris instead of 33 million originally agreed upon in October. The two companies will also contribute to Arris all outstanding loans previously given to the new company, or $114 million from Nortel and $10 million from Antec. The companies expect the deal to close in the second quarter of this year.

April 9, 2001

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ANTEC plummets on 4Q warning

January 6, 2001