So here a top side view showing the cooling mesh and smack down in the middle that rubber handle. Let me reposition the camera to show you that a bit more detailed.
So yeah if you need to carry your PC to a LAN party or whatever, you can use the top grip/handle. It's simple, yet the most simple ideas always work out really well. Even if you need to move the PC if you are cleaning the house, no more unnecessary not-so-handy lifting of the PC is in order here.
At the top side you see power, reset and LED On/Off buttons. Then just below it the front panel has hidden features and connectors behind a small door. We miss out on a fan controller though, we had really high hopes for one in this advanced edition. The front panel comes with USB 3.0 x 2 (internal), USB 2.0 x 2, Audio In and Out (Supports HD audio). I like that the connectors can be hidden behind that latch/door. Great to protect it against dust.
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