The Adjust 108 comes in a fairly standard box with a list of features, specs, and contents on the back. Inside you find a short user manual and the controller itself.
As you have hopefully figured out by now, the Adjust 108 is a slider style controller. This kind of controller has the benefit of an extremely low profile since it doesn’t have knobs protruding from the face. The low profile design makes it the perfect setup for cases with a front door or just anyone who likes that sleek look.
There are six sliders in total, each capable of a claimed 36W. With the controller installed, each slider will light up white at idle if a fan is plugged in to it and then turn blue when the slider is increased.
Around back we see each cable that plugs in to its respective channel as well as the main power cable, all of which are detachable.
With detachable cables you are able to only plug in what you need, reducing the clutter caused by unused cables.
With the cables out of the way we can also see the small LED jumper below the furthest left channel. This jumper can be moved the adjust the brightness of the LEDs between 100%, 50%, and 0%.
Each fan connector is labeled according to which channel it plugs in to so you can easily identify them. The power cable can be plugged in to either molex or SATA.