The b-Envi is your typical cube-style case. It has an all black color design. The front of the case has a very glossy finish to it. On the front of the drive there are 2 5.25″ external drive bays. One thing that you will notice is that there are not buttons on the case, you will see why a bit later in the review.
Also hidden behind a door on the front of the case is the 58-in-1 card reader, 3 USB ports and audio connections. Front USB and audio connections are a must on a case like this but the card reader is a nice plus. Above the card reader and connections is another door that opens up to reveal a 3.5-inch removable USB hard drive enclosure. This is also a nice plus!
There are windows on each side of the case, they are quite big so you can see everything inside of the case. Also there is a row of ventilation holes on the side panels.
Moving along to the back of the case there is a 120mm exhaust fan, the only fan in the case, which really should be sufficient. Bgears has used thumbscrews on the back of the case so you can easily get inside. I believe every case should have thumbscrews, glad Bgears went with them here.