At the front side at the top we see the power on switch and LED. A pretty funny military styled deign with panic buttons and everything. Very cool is the reset button as well, have a look at the photo below ;)
Connectors wise you'll have a decent set of them including two USB 3.0 x2, MIC and Headphones. There's no Firewire or eSATA connector to be found here though.
You can use the standard internal USB 3.0 connector as designed and form factored by Intel on the motherboard with leads to the case's USB 3.0 ports.
Here we have the right side panel (behind the back of the motherboards). Look at the indentation, there's some extra room there for cable management.
Internals then, first impression: that's enough room to work in for a mid sized tower alright. The second thought would be the all green paint job, internally in the same color. That's nice. Motherboards wise you can fit mATX and ATX form factor sized motherboards.
Cable management is a primary feature of the chassis. You can make it all really clean and tidy; there's plenty to work with, including the gaps in the motherboard tray with the rubber inlays (grommet holes), here you can route your cabling through, and the rubber inlays keep things clean and tidy looking.
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