The Matrix has a very unique design as it can be positioned as a tower or as a HTPC. It could work either was if you want, but In Win wants you to use it as a tower. As I said this case features a very eye-catching white outer casing with black accents.
On the side of the case you have the In Win logo and an air vent. This vent is positioned right above where your CPU will be. The vent actually opens up and has a filter inside of it that can be removed to be cleaned.
Looking at the front of the case it is separated into 2 sections. At the top you have 2 doors, 1 for the optical drive, and another that hides 4 USB ports, a firewire port, and the audio connections. In the middle of the case you will find your power and reset buttons. All the way at the bottom of the case there is an external 3.5-inch drive bay where you could put a floppy drive or card reader.
Moving around to the back of the case you will notice something interesting, it is covered! In Win did this on the Alpha 360 case and I really liked it. What this is, is actually a ventilated back cover with an opening at the bottom for you cables to come out of. This makes for great cable management and still keeps the minimalistic look that In Win wants with this case.