Reviews Of X-Telstar

Reviewed Date: 5/12/2008
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X-Telstar
overclockersclub

...today, I got my hands on the Apevia red and black X-Telstar, which is a larger full tower case. The X-Telstar is a slightly more expensive case, which comes with a windowed side-panel, three large 120MM fans, a removable motherboard tray and a good deal of drive bays - twelve to be exact. Apevia heavily advertises the large LCD gauge on the front of the case, which displays important readouts in a new retro format. I'm a fan of windowed cases with fancy gadgets, but only to a point. Unfortunately, these cases tend to be overly flashy,  poorly constructed and badly designed. Let's see how it fares.

Reviewed Date: 9/15/2007
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X-Telstar
overclockersonline Apevia has already made it's computer chassis debut on Overclockers Online with the X-QPack2. The next case we'll look at is the X-Telstar; a new full sized tower case Apevia brings to the table. Apevia, formerly known as Aspire International, was established in 1999, so they are fairly new to the game. With a very impressive line of cases, and a handful of power supplies, we expect good things from this company.
Reviewed Date: 8/12/2007
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X-Telstar

pro-clockers

If you look around some of your favorite online retailers you will see a listing for the Apevia X-Telstar case. The X-Telstar sports a large see-thru side panel and circular display that gives you all the details on what is going on inside the case. The light aluminum construction is a big bonus as well. Apevia has never been a big fan of the industry standard beige casing. This is Apevia newest case to market, but will it be as popular with us as the newest Q-Pack we reviewed a few weeks ago? Read alone with us and we will tell you.