The Raidmax Seiran is set to offer "tool-less installation, simple cable management, plus great expandability" in white, red or black. The case measures 18.9 (L) X 7.3 (W) X 18.9 (H) inches, and has a front panel with a 2-channel fan controller, USB 3.0 (x 1), USB 2.0 (x 2), audio ports, and LED light adjuster. It supports nine 5.25-inch bays (tool-free mounting system) with removed meshed bay covers for the possibility of nine external drive bays. The case has a space that's convenient for gripping, making it easy to transport or move.
Cooling is provided by two 120mm fans (one with LEDs in front and one without lighting at the back) and an optional side window fan (120mm or 180mm fan). There is support for water cooling through three back panel tube outlets. It has a bottom mounted PSU with a removal dust filter, for ease of cleaning.
|EXTERNAL DRIVE BAYS:||9 X 5.25"|
|INTERNAL DRIVE BAYS:||4 X 3.5" H.D./2.5" SSD Racks|
|SYSTEM BOARD:||10” X 12” Max Size ATX Form Factor / Micro ATX|
|EXPANSION SLOTS:||7 Standard ATX Slots|
|I/O PORTS:||2 X USB 2.0 / 2 x AUDIO / 1 x USB 3.0|
|DIMENSIONS:||18.9 (L) X 7.3 (W) X 18.9 (H) Inches|
|FRONT:||1 X 120mm LED fan|
|SIDE:||1 x 120mm LED fan or 1 x 180mm LED fan (optional)|
|BACK:||Black: 1 x 120mm Black frame with Red leaves fan White & Red :1 x 120mm Black fan|
Seiran should be available at release for a price around $79.99. Lean more about the RAIDMAX::Seiran at its product page.
I just don't like the look of the front. My opinion.
And as youseff says, to each to his own. To me, these cases look more attractive to me than the minimalistic Lian-li cases. And at this price, it's a steal.