Thermaltake presents Xaser VI and Armor+ cases

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 19 2007 @ 14:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ThermalTake will unveil its new Xaser VI and Armor+ cases in October:
Following the design concept of sport cars, users can expect new aesthetic experiences from Xaser VI and Armor+. The top sliding hood allows easy access to the extra storage space for small tools and accessories. Internally, the PSU supporting bridge, removable HDD cage and motherboard tray have all been re-designed to achieve smarter and easier installation process. In order to allow enthusiasts to be the trend setters with Thermaltake creations, Xaser VI and Armor+ will be the only case in the market that equip with 10 PCI slot and 14 drive bay to support extreme expandability and user friendliness.

Further more, the liquid-cooling models of Xaser VI and Armor+ will be released before the end of 2007. This time, technological breakthrough had not only solved the annoying space-consuming and maintenance complexity problems of liquid-cooling systems; but the top sliding hood also will provide extreme convenience for an internal liquid cooling system maintenance that has never been achieved before.
Here's a sneak peek of the Armor+ case:



And here's the new Xaser VI:



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