Apevia Aspire X-QPACK-NW-BK/420 Computer Case

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Apevia Aspire X-QPACK-NW-BK/420 Computer Case

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Aspire X-Qpack Micro Tower Inspired by innovation! Aspire’s legendary engineers and designers have created a PC that’s so compact and dynamic you can just grab it and go! The extraordinary Aspire X-QPACK is the perfect choice for today’s on-the-move digital society. And the X-QPACK is designed to allow you to choose any Micro ATX motherboard and components on the market so you can fashion your own compact PC to your ideal specifications. With its formidable built-in ATX 420W power supply, 5 drive bays and a super-efficient 120mm fan, this X-QPACK is powerful and cool, yet pleasingly quiet. Stylish, portable, dynamic and cute, Aspire X-QPACK has it all. Simplify your life with X-Qpack!
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Apevia Aspire X-QPACK-NW-BK/420 Computer Case

Apevia Aspire X-QPACK-NW-BK/420 Computer Case

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  1. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    Do not buy., February 27, 2012
    By 
    Razi

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    This review is from: Apevia Aspire X-QPACK-NW-BK/420 Computer Case (Personal Computers)

    Pros:
    1. Small
    2. Came with 420w Power Supply and 120mm rear fan
    3. Shows CPU and HDD Temperatures

    Cons:
    1. 2 out of 4 of these cases that I bought had a malfunctioning POWER BUTTON
    2. Said it was new, but in fact had scratches all over the inside of the case and the cover was dirty(in fact, one looked like it had coke spilled all over it)
    3. You have to wrestle with the case lid to remove it and put it back on(poor design)

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  2. 1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Features good, but questionable as to what the case brings to the table, November 14, 2009
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    Fletch Hasues (TN) –

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    The X-QPack is a computer case that brings alot of bells and whistles to the table. It gives you a smaller, as in space redestributed experience. One may question if there is anything avante garde about this as it doesn’t really make a computer more compact. Sure, the case will not be as tall as other computer cases, but it will be much wider. The motherboard is fixed horizontally as opposed to standing up vertically, so if you consider the length of micro ATX mother boards + some space, that will be the width this case uses.
    The case does present alot of features. Nice looking LEDs, a small notifier panel that displays the temperature of two leads…one to be your CPU, the other the hard drive. Includes a handle on the front that will allow you to carry the case to give you a feeling of portability….portability of a huge block. The case does vent itself well, and if your cables coming from your PSU and devices are long enough, the mainboard tray slides out which is key if you want to remove lengthy periphial cards and such as it is a cumbersome experience to remove any periphial from a computer case this size. It is important to note that this case uses standard ATX PSUs, which is key as many smaller cases are able to pull that off noting they have proprietary small PSUs.
    The computer case however is not so rugged as one may think. Upon second use of mine, the power switch begain short circuiting and if one touched the front of the computer case, it would shut the computer off much like holding the power switch on for for seconds. This later gave way to mysterious problems forcing me to fully switch the case…note…the case, and not the PSU (as most of the time proves to be the culprit in situations where you are concerned with strange hardware problems. The case consistantly caused the computer to shut off periodically. In the end, I scrapped this case and switched to an Antec case (all be it a standard layout based one). However, I do not know if this was fluke in my case or just something to watch out for in other cases. If this was one computer to be built and there were no plans to upgrade to another mainboard layer, I may agree that this case could be a solution. However, in my experience, it just didn’t work out.

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