Alright, as always we start of with packaging. Pretty standard boxing really, the chassis is covered in a plastic bag and then sits safely in Styrofoam.
After unpacking the first thing that comes to mind that aesthetically the chassis most definitely is looking pretty nice for a 55 EUR product. And that will also be something we'll see throughout the review. By all means is is not a perfect case, but it offers a lot of extra's for the money you put down alright.
The Z7 PLUS comes with a a meshed design, the at inside of the inserts you'll see a thing foam layer that works as dust protection. On the topside you can see the Zalman logo right ? It will lit up in blue once the system will get power, absolutely a miss from Zalmans side. Name branding should be non-intrusive, it is a chassis, not a bill-board.
At the top we also thee the front panel connectors and button located behind a hatch. You can see all connectors; two USB ports, eSATA port, mic in jack and headphones out jack.
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