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Friday, 12 October 2007 16:08

Thermaltake goes bold

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Will the real LCD please stand up

 

Last week Thermaltake invited Fudzilla to their showroom at their headquarters in Taipei. We were lucky enough to see some extreme cases, which we showed to you last week here.

This week, we are looking at their unique 7” Touch Screen LCD Monitor which has to be the least thought about name in Thermaltake marketing since before the Golden Orb took to the shelves all those years ago. What the product delivers in terms of capabilities far outshines its lackluster name.

It installs to a 5.25 bay in your case, and “ejects” the 7” LCD on demand. The touch screen monitor acts like a second screen and will allow you to watch TV or a surveillance systems bringing the terms multitasking to fulfillment on your PC. The 7” Touch Screen LCD Monitor is optional in many of Thermaltake’s high end chassis, including the Mozart TX. If you are into cool gadget accessories, this has to be one of the coolest.  

Check out the clip, here.

Also see Thermaltake website for more info here.

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