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ThermalTake Level 10 case is broken up in elements

Posted on Tuesday, March 03 2009 @ 21:33:52 CET by

The Inquirer took two sneaky shots of the ThermalTake Level 10 case at CeBIT. This is likely one of the more unique computer cases at the show, the Level 10 is a case that packs all the major components of your computer into different compartments. The reporter says this case is meant to promote ThermalTake's 10th anniversary, it's expected to be launched in limited quantity at Computex in June.
The idea behind it was to break up the case into it's elements, packaging those in a new and elegant form factor. Unless you are blind, you will see that they hit both marks dead on. Thermaltake did right in a way that very few companies do any more, and the results stood out as a clear best in the show.



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