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Sunbeamtech Zorro ATX Case
Author: Spire
Manufacturer: Sunbeamtech
Source: Sunbeamtech
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Sunbeamtech Zorro ATX Case
September 11, 2006

The Basics (continued):

Out front, the Sunbeamtech Zorro case features a push to open door covering a pair of USB ports, a headphone and microphone jack, and a pair of LEDs showing power and hard drive activity. In the middle of this door, accessible from the outside, is the large power button. The rest of the area below this door is covered in a fine black mesh.

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The top section is actually a spring loaded door that slides down behind the lower section. There is some resistance when you try and push the door down, this is due to the fact that you are unwinding a rolled spring hidden behind the lower section. The door must be taken to the very most open position and it will latch itself in place. A quick lift of the handle and the door will close on its own in a very smooth controlled manner. Very nice design that feels solid.

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Behind the spring loaded door are three 5.25" drive bays and a single 3.5" external bay. As you can see from the picture on the right, there are actually two 3.5" bays but only one is accessible due to the design of the plastic front cover.

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The business side of the case has the aforementioned big screened hole on the removable side of the case.


The other side of the case is not removable and is actually one piece of metal bent across the top. Out back things are pretty standard except of course for being completely upside down. The power supply is on the bottom, and the back plane insert is in the middle. There is a spot for one of the three included 120mm fans. The picture on the right also shows the tool-less clips used to remove the side panel.

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