The Spedo is a very large case being a full tower case. It looks unlike any other Thermaltake case that we have taken a look at. One thing that really sets it apart is the top of the case. It has some very stylish exhaust vents and the honeycombed design gives it a good look.
The front of the case very plain with an all honeycombed look. On the front there are 4 top 5.25-inch drive bays and on the bottom there are also 3 5.25-inch drive bays. On the right side of the case there are the power and reset buttons, which are placed very discretely.
Moving along towards the top of the case there is the Thermaltake logo along with some ports, which include: 2 USB, eSATA, and audio. As I said the top of the case is one of the coolest parts of the case, here is another look at it. It sort of reminds you of a sports car.
The side of the case does include a window, but most of the window is taken up by a large 230mm fan. There is also some honeycombed ventilation holes next to where your hard drives will be.
The back of the case shows us a few things. First the power supply spot is located at the bottom of the case; I've always liked cases that have this type of design. There are 2 large 120mm exhaust fans. Finally you have the opening for watercooling tubes if you wanted to install a watercooling system in the Spedo.
The other side of the case also have the same honeycombed ventilation holes that were on the opposite side of the case. There is also a ventilation opening behind where your CPU would go, you can actually install a fan on the other side of the motherboard tray, we will take a look at that when we get inside the case. The Spedo also has 4 retractable case feet.