As mentioned, 80% of the Rosewill Armor is mesh and the front is no different. Looking at it, we see three 5.25″ bays and a 3.5″ bay for a floppy drive or anything else you can think of installing there. You can also see the front 120mm Red LED intake fan.
Looking on the left side of the Armor, we can see it is mostly mesh and we can see the 200mm Red LED fan installed.
On the right side, the side panel is mostly mesh. Might make those wanting to hide the cables not like the case, but that’s just my opinion.
Here on the rear of the Armor, we can see the seven expansion slots with the inlet/outlet holes for a water cooling system on the right. Above those resides the 120mm fan mount for the exhaust. On the bottom we have the power supply mount.
Up on top we have more mesh, but also see two 120mm Red LED exhaust fans pre-installed.
Also residing on top of the Rosewill Armor are the usual players: the power and reset buttons, two USB 2.0 ports, a mic and headphone (HD Audio) port and, lastly, a button to turn the LED’s on and off. I’m assuming it only controls the LED’s and not the fans, too. I will touch on that later on in the review.
On the bottom we have the case feet and two vents, one for the power supply and one for an additional fan if the option presents itself. Underneath the power supply mount there is a removable dust filter. Luckily, it is located on the outside of the case so cleaning it is easy.