Antec announced the newest member of its Performance One Series and it's a silent, sophisticated computer case built in the same overall pedigree as prior Performance One enclosures, only much improved. We actually scored a sample ahead of its official launch and used it to build a kick-ass rig with Intel's new Sandy Bridge-E Core i7 3960X processor, the details of which you can read here.
The next generation of some of Antec's most popular cases are here. With the latest upgrades, the P183 has been transformed into the P183 V3, and same goes for the P193, Nine Hundred Two, and Twelve Hundred models. Each case received three main upgrades, including a front panel USB 3.0 port, at least one internal 2.5-inch SSD drive bay (yes, we know that's redundant), and a CPU cutout to make quick work out of swapping heatsinks. There's more.