Summary: Purchased this case for a friend's parents. It's not going to be displayed or anything. Just a container for a motherboard, cpu, ram, psu, dvd drive and single hard drive. so it does that well. I cut my hands in numerous places punching out the metal panel to push in the dvd drive from the front. For $30 cant complain. If you're gonna use this case for anything besides a simple computer or plan to do many upgrades i suggest getting a better case.
Pros: $30 for a no frills case, Has front USB, audio, bunch of drive bays
Summary: Bought one of those to build up a PC for my uncle and it does the trick. It was cheap, looks not amazing, but it still is better than some generic white case ^^. Even though I would've wished it to seem a bit more sturdy (cause I found it weights not a lot), but meh, that's just my own taste.
Summary: Cons: * Don't bother running any cables round the back because you will never be able to get the back panel on. * Comes with very cheap metal thumbscrews which I replaced with spares that have are wider and have plastic outer covering that is easier to grip. * From what I could see, there really was only one place for a fan, which they have provided for you. I had hoped that I could mount two to the side panel. * No usb3 front headers.
Summary: A nice stealth case, strong build, but as most cheaper products there are some problems; The good parts: +Loads of hard drive space (You can fit 5 3.5" HDDs, 4 if you use a 2.5 HDD or SSD and 6 if you have nothing in the front 3.5" bay +2 5.25" bays for optical drives, large fan controllers etc +Side panels and main body are made of a nice strong metal, but leaving some flex if need be The bad parts: -Front I-O is a bit loose, had to tighten the screws twice after about...