The Optimus is a mid-tower case and for right now only comes in black. The case has a design all its own and is transformer-like, maybe that is why it is called the Optimus. The case does have a glossy finish to it, some people love this and others hate it. While it makes your case stand out it makes your case a fingerprint magnet.
Looking at the front of the case you can see Sentey has brought the transformer-like styling there. Towards the bottom there is a honeycomb section, which serves as ventilation for the intake fan. In the center of it is a LED strip that will light up when you power the system on. Moving up you have three 5.25-inch drive bays. The top drive bay is actually an optical drive cover so when you install your optical drive you don’t have to mess up the look of the front of the case.
Towards the top of the case you have a section of front panel connections and ports. From left to right you have an MMC/SD card reader, a USB 2.0 port, audio connections, another USB 2.0 port and a fan controller. Moving up you can see the power and reset buttons along with another LED strip. The top of the case also has some very cool styling to it. At the back you have another honeycomb section for the top-mounted fan.
Looking at the side of the case you can really see the glossy finish on the panel. In the center of the panel there is a section that sticks out and has a large honeycomb sections for ventilation. There is a fan behind this section as well.
Looking at the back of the case we can get an idea of how the case is designed. The power supply is mounted on the bottom of the case, there is a 120mm exhaust fan, and 2 watercooling holes.
On the bottom of the case there are 4 rubber feet that will keep the case off of the ground. There is a large bottom section for ventilation, which has a removable filter on it for easy cleaning.