Reviews Of X-Jupiter

Reviewed Date: 6/10/2008
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X-Jupiter

virtual-hideout

Apevia (formerly Aspire) is probably best known for their Q-Pack and X-Qpack2 MicroATX cases. These were a big hit since in addition to the small form factor, they allowed the use of standard-sized ATX PSUs, something most other MicroATX cases did not. Apevia has since expanded their line up to include big as well as small cases. The X-Jupiter series of cases would fall into the "big" category. These aluminum full tower cases sport a variety of features and loads of drive bays and are targeted towards the enthusiast community. Today, we'll look at the X-Jupiter G Type Full Tower to see if it lives up to Apevia's former accolades.

Reviewed Date: 4/25/2008
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X-Jupiter
casejunkies (Dutch)

Om maar met het begin te beginnen: deze review had hier veel eerder moeten staan, ware het niet dat de eerste kast die Apevia ons toestuurde zijn bestemming nooit heeft bereikt. Vermoedelijk staat er dus nog ergens een verlaten behuizing in een stoffig hoekje van een postcentrum, te wachten op wat misschien wel nooit meer komen gaat. Goed, we hebben gemerkt dat Apevia de beroerdste niet is en zo kon het gebeuren dat er alsnog een tweede exemplaar toegestuurd werd. En dat exemplaar staat in deze review in de spotlights.

Reviewed Date: 10/20/2007
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APEVIA X-Jupiter G Type Case-Black


X-Jupiter

ocia.net

Just two short weeks ago I was writing the review on the Apevia X-Jupiter Jr. and happened to make some comparisons to its full-size X-Jupiter sibling. I pointed out that despite its smaller size the Jr. felt plenty roomy and how I preferred a mid-tower case anyway. However I did complain a bit about the front panel door and rear riser slot brackets and mentioned how they should think about including another fan. Well after reading my comments the folks at Apevia decided it might not be a bad idea to put one of the full tower X-Jupiter cases in my hands, so they sent over a metallic gray Type G for a first-hand look.