Sigma Unicorn ReviewMakaveli - May 20, 2008
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Wow, as soon as the packaging comes off of the case, you'll notice just how sleek the case is. There is a nice black finish on the case that isn't too glossy and fingerprints don't show up very easily. The plastic front bezel opens up to reveal the drive bays and a 120mm red LED fan at the bottom of the case, as well as the front panel audio and USB ports. On top of the front bezel you'll find the power and reset buttons. The back of this case reveals the 120mm exhaust fan that removes a majority of the hot air inside the case.
On one side of the case there is a smoked, or tinted, window which is very unique. You'll also notice a steel bar going across the bottom side of the case with a fan on the end. Also, you can tell that this case is tool-less by looking at the optical drive bays that have plastic pieces on the side of them. The back of the case has 80mm fan vents for a case fan that isn't included with the Sigma Unicorn.
Now let's open up the case and see what it has to offer inside!