We’ve been having a good run of Mini-ITX cases lately, but most of those cases are designed to still be able to support what are essentially fully-powered systems: standard voltage CPUs, dedicated graphics cards, an optical drive and multiple storage drives. Yet part of the charm of Mini-ITX is that it’s capable of fitting into a much smaller space than even a Micro-ATX board theoretically could. If you’re gunning just to produce a system that’s very small and very efficient, but you don’t want to just use someone else’s build, a Mini-ITX board and the right enclosure can have you covered.
Given that there isn’t a whole lot to the Antec ISK 110 VESA, you’d think assembly would be simple and straightforward. While it’s straightforward, simplicity unfortunately isn’t part of the equation; cramped quarters are never good for getting a system put together, and the ISK 110 VESA is incredibly cramped.
It’s meant for kiosk and basic lightweight corporate and personal use.