Aerocool Project 7 P7-C0 Mid-Tower Chassis
The bezel of the P7-C0 is slick to look at with the angled sides surrounded all of that mesh in the middle. Not only have the corners been cropped off too, but the white ring surrounding the mesh is where the P7-C0 displays the RGB LED lighting effects with the press of a button.
Just behind the bezel, on the top of the P7-C0, we find the front I/O panel. It has been dressed up by using shiny plastic to make it, with the embossed naming of the ports. From the left, we see the backlit power button, with a tiny LED mode and color switch button, which has an even smaller HDD activity LED next to it. The right half is made up of a pair of USB 3.0 ports on either side of the HD Audio 3.5mm jacks.
The top of the chassis is made from steel, which has been painted black with a textured finish. Most of this panel is used for optional cooling and has a tight mesh dust filter in place, which is magnetically attached to the chassis.
The left side of the P7-C0 is nearly all glass, except for where we can see where the angled sections meet the bezel. The tinted and tempered glass is held in place with the use of thumbscrews and grommets, allowing the view to be sleek and clean.
The rear of the P7-C0 uses the typical layout, with the exhaust fan and rear I/O above the expansion slots, and the PSU found at the bottom. We also see that the expansion slots are externally accessed, and the metal cover plate it shipped in the open position.
The right side of the P7-C0 is a mirror image of what we found on the left. The glass is tinted to impede the view of wires and things we do not want to see, uses thumbscrews to secure it, and also has the angled sections at the front.
The chassis is supported by rectangular plastic legs, which all have rubber pads applied to them. There is a removable dust filter for the PSU, and at the front, we find optional HDD mounting grommets, as well as a pair of screws which help to remove the HDD cage.
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