PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH
The back has a pretty conventional layout. There's an opening for the I/O shield, slots for PCI expansion cards, and a socket for the power cord. We'll take a look at the PSU in just a bit.
The case can be mounted vertically or horizontally, and there are spots on both the side and bottom to mount the included rubber feet.
Two thumbscrews release the side panel, allowing access to the inside. The first thing one will notice is the ODD bracket blocking the rest of the case. This is easily removed via two additional thumbscrews.
With the ODD bracket gone, the rest of the case is accessible. A few items to note here are the 80mm exhaust fan at the top, HDD bracket at the bottom, and the PSU on the right side.
The PSU has a Powerman logo on it, and Powerman PSU's are just re-branded FSP power supplies. FSP has a reputation for making quality stuff, and 160W should be plenty of juice for a small form factor PC.