A CLOSER LOOK – EXTERIOR – CONTD.
On the side of the front trim lies two USB 3.0 ports, a mic and headphone jack and a single indicator LED (hidden in the recessed hole at the bottom) that does both power and HDD activity functions.
The back side of the Aquila features a bottom-mounted PSU port, four expansion slots to accommodate Micro-ATX boards, a pair of grommets for routing water-cooling tubing or wiring and an exhaust port with mounts for both 120mm and 140mm fans.
The right side of the case is pretty plain and boring – just a solid side panel.
The top of the Aquila features a mesh panel that’s held in with a magnet on the back side.
The power button is a rather large square chromed plastic unit with a good solid feel to it. There is no reset button anywhere on the Aquila.
The bottom of the Aquila features a removable power supply intake filter for easy cleaning. It’s also worth noting that the filter removes from the side of the case rather than the rear.
Let’s take a look at the interior features now.