Now that we have the case out of the packaging, let's have a look at it.
This has to be the nicest finish I have ever seen on a case. Itís also an incredibly durable surface. I was not even able to scratch it intentionally.
The front panel is nice looking, but I wish they had not included the precut floppy hole. Like most people these days, I do not use floppy drives, so I just have a hole sitting there where there should be something.
Notice how they located the I/O ports on top part of the front. Manufacturers take note, this is where they belong. They are in easy reach and extremely easy to find and identify.
The silver part on front is actually a door that when opened reveals spaces for more 5.25" drives.
On the back we have a 120mm fan opening with a very quiet 120mm fan included. Having a built in 120mm opening is very nice. Most manufactures still seem to be stuck on 80mm fans, which tend to be loud and not move much air. Also notice the lack of an included power supply. While this makes sense for a couple of reasons, it would still be nice to include one right out of the box.