"Thermaltake had several cases on display including the much-talked-about Level 10. This is the first time I have seen this case in person and I must say it is certainly different. The Level 10 is unique in the fact that most of the computer's components which are usually found in the same area are kept separate in this chassis. The power supply, optical drives and hard drives are all located in individual compartments in the Level 10. This allows the user to easily and quickly swap parts in the system without having to fool with other components. The Level 10 can hold up to six hard drives and includes built-in 2.5" brackets for Solid State Drives."
The International Consumer Electronics Show offers a vast and overwhelming panoply of products, with exhibitors ranging from tiny, two-man booths from unknown Taiwanese companies to 4+ acre spreads from Microsoft and Intel. In addition to CES exhibits in the Las Vegas Convention Center, vendors have invitation-only hospitality suites set up in various hotels around the Strip. With over 2,700 exhibitors from more than 140 countries, you're not going to see everything even if you spend every waking moment traipsing the show floor. What follows is a list of things which caught my eye, or that I thought were technically cool; it's in no way comprehensive, or even very organized, but should give you some idea of what the show was like.