But it's when you open the iDEQ 330P that you realise how many hours the
Biostar engineers have put in to construct the chassis. As with the iDEQ
200 series the sides are separated from the top, which make it easy to
get into the case. Once the sides are off there are two latches at the
bottom that need to be pushed apart to enable the front of the machine to
be lifted upwards, this giving you access to the innards of the iDEQ 330P.
I can honestly say that I have not come across another SFF system that
is this easy to assemble.