Similar to the Ultra Products X-Finity, which we had just finished reviewing last week, the ePower Xmicro has a great finish. Although it wasn't quite as mirror like, compared to the X-Finity, its surface was still very impressive. Two 60mm fans are responsible for cooling the PSU, although the fan size is rather small, it's designed for Small Form Factor systems. The rest of the sides of the PSU retain a simple generic appearance.
The cables protruding from the PSU contain one patent pending 20/24-pin motherboard connector, one ATX 4-pin, two SATA, four molex, and two FDD connectors. This is definitely not enough cables if anyone was planning on throwing it into a desktop tower, but is plenty of connectors for a SFF PC. The length of the five cables should also be sufficient for installing in a small system. The only sleeved cables with the Xmicro 350W are the one that houses 20/24-pin connector. It would be nice to see some possible fan connectors and PSU RPM monitoring wire with the unit, but then again due to size restraints it would be somewhat difficult to fit all of the cable strands into place.
Cracking open the power supply, we found all of the components scrunched into the small casing. For the PSU being so small, the heatsinks are of good size for effectively dissipating heat. The PSU was also fairly heavy for such a small size unit.