The NZXT Hush is a gorgeous, well-built chassis that comes with the usual bells and whistles as well as a few extra surprises.
Its beautiful frame is host to two moderately sized fans (more can be added) which are great for keeping your components cool. Four 5.25" drive bays, which are perfect for CD/DVD drives and Blu-ray drives and two 3.5" drives for your floppy disk drive (who uses these anymore?) or internal memory card reader. The drive bays all have a screwless design so no need to worry yourself with the toolbox as your hands are essentially all you need.
One of its main attractions is the blue LED light at the front of the case. It's not overbearingly strong yet it still manages to be quite eye-catching. The light oozes with slickness and looks rather great in a dark environment. It may be a little flashy for some people's taste but for me it's just about right.
A thing I love about this case is that the interior is padded with foam which is great as it keeps noise to a minimum. Thus if you have loud components, you can be sure that they won't be disturbing you when working, gaming or watching a film.
The NZXT Hush is a medium sized chassis. It should be able to fit in a lot of components however if you plan on installing multiple graphics cards then I'd advise you to go for a larger case.
The case has a nice glossy black finish, which is very appealing; however it is a major magnet for fingerprints. The first time I had it, I stupidly handled the chasis with my bare hands using I'd advise to lift from underneath if deciding to move.
Overall the NZXT Hush is a good case with a few squiggles here and there. It may be hard to get your hands on one now since they are a bit old but most online retailers which specify in computers will most likely have them in stock.