The Aerocool P7-C0 ships in a pretty standard black case box, with a sketch of the case itself visible on the front.
Pulling the P7-C0 out of its box, the tempered glass is of course the most noticeable thing – both side panels are completely covered by these hefty glass panels. Aerocool hasn’t use bog-standard glass sheets either, as the P7-C0’s side panels have been squared off in the corners so technically the glass panels are irregular hexagons. The glass is also slightly tinted.
Moving on, the front panel is also worth talking about. Not only is it almost completely mesh, which should help air flow, the angular fascia is lined with a LED strip which, while not quite full RGB, gives users the choice between 10 different colours and three different effects.
Elsewhere, the front I/O is positioned on the top panel and consists of a power button, LED control button, 2x USB 3.0 and headset jacks.
It is also worth noting the roof is covered by a 240mm magnetic dust filter.