Bundle & Internals
As expected, the bundle with the DH 104 looks fairly impressive. However, whilst it may look like you get a lot more than you would with a normal case, all of the bundled kit is pretty essential for a HTPC.
Going from left to right, top to bottom we have: the user guide/manual, Screws/Stand-offs for installation, 5.25" Drive Bay Adapter, Software Installation CD, Batteries and a Remote. As you can see, the remote has quite a range of buttons, all for various functions, which should be very useful.
Unlike a lot of HTPC chassis, the DH 104 has a full ATX interior. This means you can use pretty much any system you want inside the case, apart from E-ATX or extra large motherboards like Asus's new Rampage II. However, building something of that caliber in something so small would be pretty moronic. At the front you have all the drive mounts, with room for three 5.25" drives, although only one is accessible from outside the case. Round the back we have the 120mm fan, PSU slot/hole, PCI slots, and the external VGA pass-through for the touch screen.