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Friday, 28 August 2009 13:48

Thermaltake Level 10 chassis comes in October

Written by Slobodan Simic

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PC chassis revolution

Thermaltake's Level 10 chassis Extreme Gaming Station, or one of the most innovative and at the same time strange looking cases on the market should be available as of October. Among the reasons why this case should attract some attention is the fact that it was designed in cooperation with the BMW Group DesignWorks USA.

The case has 666.3 x 318 x 614 mm dimensions and features what Thermaltake likes to call, Open Compartment Architecture, which means that components are individually enclosed and seperated in order to have better organization, faster installation and some other much more important benefits like for example, cooling and probably even lower temperatures.

The new chassis is cooled by four fans, one 140mm in the front, one 120mm in the back and two 60mm for the HDD's. It also features a Smart-lock Security System which gives users an option to lock their PC hardware away from curious prying hands. The front placed I/O panel includes audio, eSATA and four USB ports.

The case should appear in retail/e-tail during October with a US $690 price tag. The price sounds a bit steep, but at least you have a chance to be a part of PC chassis revolution.

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Last modified on Friday, 28 August 2009 14:02

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