The front of the P280 has a silver door covering all your bays and the front intake fans. Your I/O panel is still accessible without opening the door, we will cover that later on. The side panel does not have anything, since the whole scheme of the P280 is to be quiet.
The back panel sports a 120mm fan to exhaust the excess heat along with two precut holes for routing wires and tubing. There is also a fan controller in the top right of the back panel, but we will take a closer look just below.
As you can see the top right fan controller, controls three fans which you can run on low or high settings depending on your liking.
The I/O port on the top of the front panel sports headphone and mic connection along with two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 connections.
With the front foor open you can see the sound dampening foam applied to the inner door. You will also notice the bottom front panel with the mesh covering. This is where your front intake fans will go and bring in fresh air over your hard drives.
A closer look of the sound dampening foam installed on the inside of the door.