There number of bays hasn’t changed, either. There are five 5.25” and two 3.5” bays here.
The Power and Reset buttons are still hidden under a cover:
Not a convenient solution as you have to open the cover up every time or keep it open always. This seems to be related to the door lock, like with the previous version of the case.
It is meant to prevent unauthorized access to your PC but will only stop a small child who likes to press on large and shiny buttons. If you’ve got a young one, you are sure to appreciate this. The bottom part of the front panel accommodates a large air inlet with a small metallic grid:
There is another one in the side panel:
Now the user’s got the choice between an air inlet for better cooling and a transparent window in the side panel. The plastic insert for the latter is included with the case.
It is simple and won’t take much time to replace the grid with the plastic. The rear panel has been left unchanged:
There are the two 120mm fans and outputs for the pipes of a water cooling system that the previous version of the case had.