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Old 19th March 2009, 18:30   #1
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The Sunbeam Automaton case has a few different features that are going to help it stand out from its competition, the first of which is the side window. This viewing window only covers about 40% of the side panel and is shaped in a way that flows very well with the curves of the case, along with the overall feel of the case. The other main difference between the Automaton case and other cases on the market that have side panel windows, is the fact that there is a window on both sides, not just the side that you are going to use to access the innards of your case. This can be either a nice addition or a negative one, as you will have to be more cautious of where you hide your cables to make sure that they are not visible (if that is the look you are going for). There is also a place to mount a fan on both sides of the case, though it only comes with one pre-installed.
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