The Seiran’s front-panel I/O is a little more extensive than rival products, adding three-output fan speed and fan lighting brightness controls. Raidmax also includes a single 3.5” bay adapter, with its face plate screwed to the adapter tray.
The case does, however, come up a little short on USB 3.0 connectivity by only giving us one port. Fortunately, dual USB 2.0 ports support more devices, albeit at lower data rates.
Fan control also comes up short, since the rear fan uses a different style of power connector.