As I said earlier that this case has handles and we can clearly see them on the left image, they can be folded so they won’t take up much space. You will find that they really are useful and come in handy when you want to move the computer/case around to LAN parties, etc.
The blue and black colors match each other very well and Antec have been able to mix them well to get a nice and clean looking case. The sides can be completely removed with thumbscrews, and each side is separated into two pieces. You can see a small line between the pieces just behind the 5.25 drive slots.
The back also has a fan mounted to exhaust the hot air, and below it they have placed a fan controller so you can control the speed of the fan. I would have wanted to see this fan controller moved to the front of the case for easy access. There is also two grommets for watercooling, the white box on the bottom is for the drive mounts.
The opposite side is also easy to get access to by removing some thumbscrews, just like the left side.
The left image shows the left side with dual 120 mm fans to either exhaust or take in cool air. The fans are equipped with LED’s that you can turn of since the led section of the fan is equipped with On/off button for the LED’s. This case has plenty of space and you can even put the PSU in the top or the opposite since the motherboard tray and PSU tray is removable.
If you look on the left image you can see that the second part of the side has a door which when open gives you access to the 5.25 slots.
Looking closely at the PCI slots we can see that they have not used thumbscrews, you need a screwdriver to mount addon cards when using this case and I really see this as a small flaw.