BitFenix Prodigy M Review
Up Close: Exterior Overview, Sides and Roof
No Surprises on the outside, at least not from the front and sides. Always reminding us faintly of the old AppleMac G3 cases you might think the Fyberflex handle/feet extensions are brittle and a bit of a weak spot. You can whack em, Crush em, hell we reckon you could even strap em to your feet and use them as shoes and you wouldn't break them. They just flex and return to their original form. They ought to start making car bumpers out of this stuff.
Both of the FyberFlex areas are coated in the SofTouch surface treatment, with all other surfaces being painted to a high standard.
The front of the case retains the 5.25" drive blank, giving the option to install fan controllers or if you absolutely have to an optical drive. The blank itself has a sponge filter to its rear surface, which is odd because none of the rest of the mesh area has a filter
The front I/O is round the right hand side, but as you'll see later, the side panels are interchangeable so if you wanted to you could swap It o the left side
The roof sports an unfiltered mesh cut out covering an area ready to accept 2x120mm fans or a 240mm rad