The only interesting aspect on the bottom of the Toledo 301 is that, unlike some other budget cases on the market, it does not feature an air filter on the PSU Section. Alternatively though, it does feature a 140/120/92mm fan mounting spot to add extra airflow to the case. The bottom mounted feet are bolted on and are 1/2″ tall, made of rubber, and do a good job of keeping the case lifted off the carpet or any hard surface.
Another shot of the rubber feet on the Toledo 301 shows these are a thick, hard rubber. This is a nice alternative to some of the plastic and metal case feet on the market, as they won’t scratch up a hardwood surface.
Here’s the front panel of the Toledo 301; it has enough of a lip all around to hold a flash drive without it sliding off to one side or another. Though it’s not quite large enough for a smartphone. You have your standard assortment of 2 USB Ports, a Headphone, and a Microphone jack. The large silver button illuminates blue around it when the computer is powered on (if you have that plugged in) and the small yellow light glows faintly and flashes with HDD activity. The small silver button is your reset switch.
Here’s the top panel of the Toledo 301. Unlike a case we reviewed in the past, the Rosewill Thor, the fins on the top of this case cannot be removed. The rear logo for Azza is also obscured from sight most of the time, due to the angle of it. Functionally, there’s plenty of room for any top mounted fans to let hot air escape.