Opening up the box, we see a pretty great design that’s simple and easy to manage, according to the perfectly wrapped fan connectors. Looking more at the front we can see the rear fan through the mesh front and filter. Down each side of the front there are two grooves that run top to bottom for the majority of the case. In these channels are clear plastic strips that will light up when the system is powered up and ready to fuel. The top I/O connections include the front panel buttons, USB ports, eSATA port, and audio ports.
Behind that at the very top of the case we can see a dual 140mm fan for efficient air convection via the brace, which accounts for efficient airflow. The sides of the case is adorned by polymer glass that’s see through and trims neat with bevel and emboss details, except for the fact that it’s easily broken. That’s right! We placed it to the corner of the desk, and it just splintered like wood, but denser. The front of the case really gives word to appearance as a first, and can tell all you PC enthusiasts out there not to judge by first looks. The case itself might come off as plain from the front, but there’s more to it that makes the cherry pie.