Zebronics is known for having one of the widest line-ups of cabinets, with more than 75 types of cabinets, varying from entry-level cabinets to high-end enthusiast cabinets. The Scallop is embellished with a combination of a matte and glossy finish for the front panel, shaped like undulating waves. The Aero has an offset mesh grill front panel that gives it an industrial look, and improves air circulation inside the cabinet. The third model, Mines incorporates a mesh grill and a glossy finish on its front panel. The cabinets have dual 80 mm fans on the side panels for improved air circulation and black interiors providing protection. It has heavy duty steel casing, an illuminated power switch, and front USB and audio ports. All three cabinets models have the capacity of holding five 3.5mm devices and two optical disk drives or 5.25-inch devices and can support both ATX and mATX type motherboards. While maintaining a simple layout, users still have heaps of space to manage their drives. The last gaming cabinet released by Zebronics was the Bijli 2. Zebronics had incorporated many high-end features in this cabinet such as USB 3.0, powder coated interiors, bottom mounting PSU, and multiple 120 mm LED fans. It was engineered with AirTake front panel, Delta side panel and Hexacone top panel for better air circulation inside the chassis. The Bijli 2 comes with a front 120 mm blue LED intake fan one on the side, which provides excellent air intake. There is one 120 mm blue LED fan at the top for exhaust, and another fan on the back for cross-ventilation as well as silent operation. The PSU is bottom-mounted, thus allowing better cooling and longer lifespan of the power supply. Zebronics have incorporated a tool-less design for the hard drive trays and there?s space for four 3.5-inch HDDs. The transparent Delta side panel has a fan and vents, which look excellent, as well as provide good cooling performance.