Raijintek Paean Review
Packaging and Contents
Yup, the Paean comes flat packed! You've got to build it yourself ladies. In this first layer we see all the black, rubber coated connecting rods which will link between the central aluminium panel and the outer glass panels. In here we also have the rear PCI slot panel, the HDD/SSD bracket and other assorted units and brackets. In the bottom left hand corner you can also see the front I/O.
Lift out the extensive polystyrene packaging and the next layer reveals the 4mm think aluminium central panel. It's basically to this that everything gets bolted and screwed. If like us you suspect that this panel might be a little flimsy, then be assured that it's as rigid as an 18 year old lad at a lap dance bar.
Strip out another later and you come the the 5mm thick tempered glass panels. The two panels are of course separated by another layer of protection.
Along with extensive instructions you also get two bags of screws, one bag for assembly and one for hardware mounting. As there are no cable tie points on the Aluminium panel, Raijintek have included five adhesive cable ties. With a case as open as this you're going to want to keep that cabling as tidy as humanly possible.
This little lot is for attaching HDD/and SSDs aswell as mounting the PSU and PCI cards.