USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports on the top, which are now the norm. There is also an LED button, power and usual front panel jacks for your headset. No reset button though, not a big omission.
The underside is clean and shows off the squat and square nature of this chassis. No ventilation as the PSU is side mounted.
The rear PCI blanks are also vented, allowing for a little more airflow. The motherboard tray is removable, good news on a chassis in this form factor. You get the usual accessories as well, and enough cable ties to at least tidy some cabling away.
The inside of the chassis is very clean and straight forward. It is always a concern when reviewing or testing chassis that you will find some strange feature that just doesn’t work and is a little bit naff. No such issues here, the only “gimmick” here is the removable motherboard and that works really well.
The top, front and top grill are removable, revealing a very nice cube like chassis, we thought it looked cool in its own right. There are a number of radiator or cooling fan options that can go in here, or the front panel.