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And when they are installed, the case gets 4-5cm taller.

It is actually more than enough for the air flow to get to the bottom vent hole. The exterior looks also quite differently with the wheels attached:

This case seems very similar to small server solutions and, as most of our colleagues and friends have pointed out, to home heating systems. :)

The idea of two opening wing-type side panels has first been introduced in the Armor case (read our roundup called for more details on the Armor case), now it acquired its logical evolutionary development in the Tai-Chi case:

Now you will have to open two panels to reach the drives and other 5.25” devices. The design of the front panel and some constructive ideas have certainly been inherited from the Armor case. At least the panel with buttons and the box for small things have definitely been copied from the predecessor:

What has become dramatically different is the default bay brackets: they have now been made from solid aluminum:

To make them easier to remove the designers provided these brackets with a special tail on the right-hand side.

 
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