ThermalTake introduces the Bach Vx (seen in the photo on the right) and the Soprano Dx cases at CES 2007 in Las Vegas.
Bach Vx is elegant and sophisticated, achieved through the perfect contrast of stylish accent curves on the top and bottom of front bezel. Moreover, brushed aluminum covered plastic bezel with accent of piano surface finish CD-ROM cover and border along with the intricate manufacturing process that makes up the front bezel display an unmatched aesthetic appeal.
The contours of Soprano Dx render a streamlined fusion of delicate curve and futuristic depth appeal. Brushed aluminum with piano surface finish and a touch of weightless blue LED light further enhances the chic design to embody a cool and calm sensation that allows the chassis to set itself apart from the traditional boxy and edgy computer chassis.
Functionality also played an equally important part in the design of Bach Vx and Soprano Dx. Four 5.25” Drive Bays, two exposed 3.5” Drive Bays and five hidden 3.5” HDD Bays are the standard features. In addition, eSATA port is placed on top for easy access along with two USB 2.0 and HD Audio ports.
Removable HDD cage not only simplifies PC assembly but also provide future support for extended graphic card that requires extra real estate for proper installation. Tool-less mounting mechanism found on PCI slot and bay drives all comes standard with these two chassis.
Thermally efficient and noise reduction chassis is critical in building the next generation of PC. While most chassis today can be found equipped with 12cm fans, Bach Vx and Soprano Dx both design in a 14cm intake fan along with a 12cm exhaust fan for maximum heat dissipation. Placement of 14cm intake fan directs cool air precisely at graphic cards to remove excess heat. For user who wishes for added cooling capability, Thermaltake offers optional side panel with 23cm fan embedded.