Alright, packaging / unboxing first, the Hadron Air. Standard cardboard with simple black fonts.
The chassis is covered in a layer of plastic and then sits in-between two sheets of Styrofoam. We received a previously used unit, it had slight dent and scratches on it unfortunately. Once you look at it, what comes to mind is that the chassis has a nice dark design, nothing screams out loud or is over done. Extremely small to see.
The chassis would be a pretty shweeeet LAN box (for a Mini ITX PC) as it is small and light-weight, thus easy to carry around. But yeah, it looks equally sexy on the desktop as well of course. You have 267mm of graphics card space and will receive an included PSU as the box does not fit standard ATX power supplies. Storage wise you have room for two 3.5" hard drives or two 2.5" SSDs.
EVGA Hadron Air review We review the cutest and most tiny chassis from EVGA, the EVGA Hadron Air. A small mini ITX form factor chassis that will house the smallest, but also the biggest stuff inside your computer. A high-en...