Okay we dive straight into the photo-shoot. As always we start off with packaging. Here the box, clearly denoting the Enforcer chassis.
The chassis is packaged well and comes protected in Styrofoam and plastic, there where no scratched noticeable whatsoever.
Once unleashed form the packaging fury there's the chassis. The enforcer has a stylish design. The font bezel is plastic and comes with a door, The bezel itself can be removed by pulling it forward. We'll show you that later on. It's a mid sized tower chassis, 229 x 484.5 x 523.5 mm (W x H x D).
At the front topside of the chassis we can find the frontpanel connectors, two regular USB 2.0 and two (blue) USB 3.0 connectors, next to it in the middle you can spot mic and headphone mini-jack connectors. Also the power on button is located here. Powered on it emits a red light.
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