DIY HD HTPC Extravaganza - Part 1: The Cases

Thermaltake Mozart VC4000SNS: DVD Eject Button Missing

The most noticeable feature of the Mozart's front panel is the massive swing-down door that provides access to all three of the case's 5.25" drive bays. To prevent users from having to leave this door open all the time, the case includes a special aperture in the middle of the door that keeps the middle drive accessible even when it's closed.

The DVD drive tray can open and close through this aperture, allowing users to easily insert or remove optical media. However, one noticeable disadvantage of this approach is a complete lack of external drive control - there's no eject button for that drive accessible at all. Could this be an oversight?

Thermaltake Mozart VC4000SNS
Manufacturer Thermaltake
Pricing $130
Materials Aluminium / Steel
Weight 19.8 lbs / 9 kg
Dimensions 16.9" x 6.7" x 17.9" / 430 x 170 x 452 mm
Equipment Details
Supported Motherboards (form factor) ATX, Micro-ATX
Total Slots 7
PSU Form Factor ATX
5.25" drive bays 3 x
3.5"drive bays 5 x
Front Connectors 2 x USB, 1 x 1394, 2 x Audio
Accessories / Retail Packaging Optional Media Lab (VFD & remote control; $77-117)
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