Antec Cube-Designed by RAZER Mini-ITX Chassis
If to you the top appears wider than the bottom, it is an illusion due to the angle where the top is further forward than the bottom is. The bezel inside of the aluminum wrapping around it is wide open with vertical supports running from top to bottom. Centered in the bezel, since this was designed by R, their logo went on to the front of the Cube.
At the top of the bezel, we find the front I/O panel. Here we have a microphone 3.5mm jack, RAZER green USB 3.0 ports, and the headphone jack to the right.
The top of the Cube is made from an aluminum panel which has the bulk of it removed for the addition of a tinted window. At the front of the panel, nearest the bezel, there is a green backlit power button, which is also made of aluminum.
The right side of the chassis leans to the front at both the front and back of the Cube. The extruded aluminum panel is wider near the front, and thinner near the back so that the angled window can show off more of the motherboard and video card that will be found behind this panel once assembled.
The Cube comes with an inverted layout on the inside, leaving the externally mounted expansion slot covers at the top. The exhaust fan and rear I/O area takes up most of the back panel, with the PSU just below it. Looking to the far right side, we also see a button to allow users to turn on and off the green LEDs that accent this design.
Since the chassis angles at the top as well as the bottom, the footing of the Cube is narrow. There are sections used to keep the styling at the front and back, with rubber strips applied for grip. At the back of the Cube, we also see a large square mesh and a dust filter used for the intake to the PSU.
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