Two things surprised me a little: there was no bracket in the 3.5” bays…
…and there are slits in the brackets of the 5.25” bays:
This is insignificant, however, because the manufacturer completely forgot about dust filters. This is not the most unusual feature of this system case, though. You’ll see one when you turn it with its right panel to yourself:
Not quite what you expected, eh? The big window is held with “rivets” like in the junior model:
And we’ve got the familiar 25cm fan here, too.
It is different somehow. Its plastic is translucent and its blades are shaped differently. The back panel made me even more confused:
It’s like the case stands upside down. Something’s wrong here. It turns out, however, that this is going to help the user in the future. The case allows to replace the back panel with a BTX-ready one. That’s good, but what’s the purpose? There are almost no BTX mainboards selling as yet. Moreover, the BTX back panel is not included with the case. So, will you bother about searching for such a panel when you do buy a BTX mainboard in a couple of years? I guess it’ll be easier to buy a new system case, especially as you’ll have got fed up with this one more likely than not.