Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: In Win
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH
With the packaging removed, the Track is revealed in all its tank-like glory. In Win has never been shy about pushing the styling envelope and this case is another example. The Track has a very distinctive front panel treatment and I'm a bit intrigued by the bay cover details. The top of the case features a raised pod holding a 120mm exhaust fan placement, while the right side panel has some ventilation slots at the bottom and an indentation near the back of the panel to aid in sliding the panel back to remove it. This panel also features some graphics reminiscent of something you might see stenciled on the side of a fighting vehicle. The left panel sports a raised mesh panel that houses a big 220mm intake fan that also features blue LEDs, but the user has the option to replace this big unit with one or two 120mm fans. The included fan also includes a switch to turn the lighting effect on and off.
The front I/O panel is well populated and includes the USB 3.0 port that is becoming more common on upper-end chassis' these days. From left to right, there's a red power button that pulls double duty as the power on indicator with the small reset button next to it. A hard drive activity LED, followed by the audio jacks, USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports make up the I/O features on the Track.
Track's distinctive front panel features three big bay near the top of the case, with one convertible to floppy use. There is also a pair of big bays at the bottom, but the user will have to sacrifice the 120mm intake fan located here to use these bays for drive installation. Bay covers feature a double-mesh design to mitigate dust entry to the interior, and some decorative silver plastic accents help to give the Track its distinctive look.