It seems that we are now in the era of small form factor builds. More and more people are swaying away from full and even mid tower cases. This is evident in the number of MATX and Mini ITX cases hitting the market as of late. However, what about those of us who like to put full, custom loops in our system. There are also many enthusiasts and gamers alike that can’t use the small form factor motherboards due to the lack of features that many smaller boards have to offer. For me, it’s an EATX motherboard all the way. For many of us in the community, a full tower chassis is just the way to go. If you also fall into this category, then Anideé has us covered with their AI8 Full Tower Chassis. Some of you may have read my AI7 Cube Chassis review. If so, then you’ll know how I praised Anideé for its excellent German design and engineering of the AI7. Being that this is a different case all together, will it hold up to the standards I’ve personally come to hold Anideé to? As always, we here at Proclockers would like to thank the people at Anideé for making this review possible. Let’s take a look and see how well the AI8 holds up to the competition. But first, allow me to tell you a little bit about Anideé.
The story of Brand name anidees was from English first " an idea " but they play it to plural and it turns to " an ideas" but since the most ideas we collected for our product are from Europe. So they change idea to idee (German, Dutch, France), with plural form it turns to " anidees” Anidees is a design company. Their main focus is on product design and provide value add items to customers. Our slogan is " Ideas from you". Anidees aim is to be a brand and or company who listen to users and make " simple, elegant, and quality " products to their customers.