It's a steel mid-tower case that measures 454 x 215 x 480 mm(DxWxH) and weighs 7kg. The interior supports a Mini-ITX to ATX sized motherboard, seven expansion slots, two 3.5" HDDs, up to four 2.5" SSDs (two converted from 3.5"), a maximum of four 120/140mm fans, a radiator of up to 360mm, a GPU of up to 380mm long, a PSU with a length of maximum 220mm, and a CPU cooler with a height of up to 178mm.
The front and bottom have a dust filter -- which should aid with keeping less dust from creeping into the case. A front I/O panel provides access to HD Audio ports, two USB 2.0 ports, and a basic fan speed controller. For the full specifications, you can check the product page I linked above. The P82 Silent should ship soon for around 82.99EUR.
The design of P82 Silent is base on the concept of minimalism. With a white LED power-on light, ample diagonal stripes ventilation on the front panel, fan speed control button (High / Stop / Low) and 2 x 120 mm fan in the front & 1 x 120 mm in the rear, the P82 Silent is ready to help you to build the powerful system.