The controller is powered via a Molex connector, it's black and it has a pass-through Molex connector (which is not seen on
the picture below).
Each fan channel can drive up to 10W, which should be enough for most users considering that typical fans don't even require a
quarter of that. Each of the five three-pin connectors is labeled, the connectors are all black and the cables
have a length of roughly 65 centimeters. If your fans use a 4-pin Molex connector you're out of luck, no adapters are included
with the Sentry LXE.
The Sentry LXE also has five temperature probes, each probe is labeled and cable length is around 65cm, the same as the cable
length of the fan connectors. When the fan controller is in automatic mode, the device adjusts the RPM speed of each of the
five fan channels according to the temperature of the corresponding temperature probe.
The display of the NZXT Sentry LXE has a diameter of 5.27 inches, it's designed to sit on your desk and can't be installed
into your computer's 5.25" bays. The screen has limited touchscreen functionality, only some pre-designated parts of the
screen react to touch.
The device has a very high quality look and feel, it's made from black, brushed aluminum.
The screen is slightly angled and has a base with rubber feet to prevent slipping on your desk. The desktop stand is pretty
thick and weighs more than I expected. The feet don't entirely prevent it from slipping on your desk though, to operate the
touchscreen you need to push pretty hard on the screen and this makes the stand move on your desk.
The power cable goes into this socket on the rear of the display.