The creation of MP3 music format has made the Apple iPod a popular choice for portable music players. Thermaltake has designed a chassis that integrates the popular iPod into a multimedia computing environment.
The Mozart iP continues the model of the HTPC along with the Bach and Mozart HTPC designs presenting form as well as function. The innovative design of the Mozart iP allows users to navigate easily though the attached iPod. The Mozart iP is pioneering iPod docking with chassis. Through exclusive iTunes software and networking links, the iPod is fully functional and also recharging so users do not have to be concerned with battery life. The Mozart PC board design allows the iPod to continue to play music though the computer speakers even after the computer has been shut down. An exclusive remote control can operate the iPod playback functions and volume. Users can easily switch between input from the iPod or from the computer.
The Mozart iP is available in both Titanium Silver and Metallic Black designed to blend into any existing home theater environment. The horizontal body layout and the all aluminum front bezel depicts a sharp and simplified styling while the front 5.25” drive bay can be easily operated with the remote. The detailed and smooth chassis surface and the user-friendly interior setup will bring the users a completely different and modern system building experience. The thumbscrews, 1 x 5.25” bays, 3 x 3.5” bays, dual 60mm exhausts, 80mm intake, and a special fan duct design to bring cool air straight to the CPU will bring about a cool and multi-functional chassis into the user’s home. The well thought-out interior design and added conveniences will undoubtedly make this the smartest looking chassis both inside and out!
The Mozart iP is setting the trend for the future by combining music with powerful multimedia machines. The Mozart iP is definitely the professional multimedia users first choice.
ThermalTake Mozart iP - with integrated iPod dock
Posted on Tuesday, Jul 03 2007 @ 04:19 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ThermalTake has a new HTPC case, the Mozart iP: