Actually there are two carry handles, there is a strong grip at the top rear as well. So if you need to carry it to a LAN party or whatever, you can use both hands. All primary top and bottom fans have dust filters by the way. Easy to clean, you pull out the filter, clean it and you can slide it back in.
Now that's something you don't see every day. The front panel is tucked full with features and connectors. If you look at the fan controller long enough you'll slowly start seeing the Transformers Autobots logo ... then again that might be just me with my sincerely flawed mind as well. Let's quickly power it on to get a better idea, next photo please.
So the entire front panel comes with USB 3.0 x 2 (internal), USB 2.0 x 2, Audio In and Out ( Supports HD audio). All the way up top you have your fan controller which you can set to six modes (silent/normal/performance etc). Here you have your power and reset buttons as well as LED indicators for power and HDD activity. For whatever reason e-SATA has been left out, that's unused square cover to the right, the Trooper did have one.
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