Who sells Black cases, anyone?
Everywhere I look I can't seem to find anyone who sells a black case. I have to upgrade my at case to an atx, and everything else is black already. I have made a web page with what I have found so far for anyone else who shares my plight: http://rampages.onramp.net/~plasbot/cases.htm
Antec makes their series of cases in black
The site is http://www.antec-inc.com
They offer mid & full tower.
[This message has been edited by Sterling (edited 02-25-99).]
I searched for a while to find a good black atx case. I ended up finding a great black mid tower at a local mom and pop shop in silicon valley. I don't think they have a website but if you are interested I can give you more info about the shop. The case is very modern and good design with side opening panels and a frame that allows the mobo to be removed without unscrewing it. Also has extra front bezels that cover the faces of the floppy and cd drives although they didn't fit properly in front of my brands of drives.
ya, Black cases are hard to find, but you can always be creative. Just last week ZDTV's "The ScreenSavers" showed how to paint your PC. I just did one of mine with a 'Stone' decorative paint. The possiblilties are endless. And they look pretty slick. Make sure you use spray paint though, looks better, and take the case apart and do it!!, so you don't spray it by you hardware.
In a creative fit, I painted mine also.
Check it out here: http://www.norcov.com/~donc/MyK62.html
Really easy to do, and if you already have some spray paint around then it's free.
I got a black ATX case from A-PRO. They have a few different models to choose from. they also ship very quickly, got my case in 5 days after transaction.
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