ThermalTake SopranoRS 100 case series

Posted on Friday, Jun 15 2007 @ 15:49 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Another new series of cases from ThermalTake is the SopranoRS 100. There are several models: the VG6000BNS with honeycomb see-through window, the VG6000BWS with a transparent model and the VG6400BNS and VG640BWS which include a 400W power supply.
The SopranoRS 100 full-tower chassis front panel incorporates a harmonious mix of a curvaceous black mirror finish with a low key elegance giving it a modern feel without compromising the bay configurations and expansion slots. The five 5.25" bays, two 3.5" bays and five hard drive bays give maximum device integration and also a large internal compartment for users to freely install components with not hassle of tight spaces.

Being produced in parallel with high end graphics cards, the SopranoRS 100 100 adequately fits all high end cards currently being produced. With a side window and ventilation holes, effective cooling to the CPU and graphics cards were engineered into the chassis. A frameless 120mm fan is mounted in the rear to increase air flow and also reduce fan noise.
Features:
  • Clean and elegant
  • Piano-black Mirror Coating front door
  • e-SATA connector built-in
  • Silent 120mm frameless rear exhaust fan for maximum airflow (front 120mm fan is optional)
  • Openings on side panel for better CPU & VGA cooling
  • Removable motherboard tray


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    Re: ThermalTake SopranoRS 100 case series
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, Jun 20 2007 @ 07:01 CEST
    Anyone knows the release date yet?? Because they are not for sale right now.



    Re: ThermalTake SopranoRS 100 case series
    by Thomas De Maesschalck (lsdsmurf@dvhardware.net) on Wednesday, Jun 20 2007 @ 20:37 CEST
    No idea. I've noticed that a lot of products that ThermalTake launched this year take quite a while before they are available in stores.