The rest of the elements look rather ordinary, too. The rectangular shape of the window can hardly appeal to today’s fastidious users, and the chromium-plated door lock looks an alien addition that does not match the overall design solution of the case.
The rear panel isn’t impressive, either. The quality of the chassis is evidently inferior to other system cases from that price category.
An informational display and two knobs that control the speed of the preinstalled 120mm fans can be seen on the originally-shaped front door. Above them, on a small ledge, there are two USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire port, a headphones output and a microphone input. Power and Reset buttons, system and hard drive LED indicators are located to the right of those ports.
This is a rather arguable solution which will be convenient if the system case stands on the floor or inside your desk, but will not be such, if you put the case on the desk.
The wires from the display and the fan-controlling knobs might also have been covered with a faceplate or something.
This looks too utilitarian for a system case of that category.