Luxa2 debuts LM200 HTPC case series

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 21 2009 @ 13:38 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ThermalTake's luxury brand Luxa2 has introduced the LM200 series of HTPC cases, they will be available in May. Full specs over here.
The LM200 series is a perfect marriage of tradition and innovation, the entirely new enclosure is forged from aluminum. In using aluminum as the primary material for the enclosure, weight is kept to an absolute minimum. It was designed to fulfill the owner with maximum living pleasure at all times, regardless of location or conditions. With the elegant curves polished by experienced craftsman, LM200 series is a masterpiece from LUXA2.

The entire enclosure is constructed and polished with 5mm solid piece of aluminum to reduce vibration and isolate noise. With a depth of 400mm, it will comfortably fit inside home theater cabinets but still accommodate a regular sized power supply, Micro-ATX motherboard, and even high-end graphics cards up to 11.5 inches.

For multimedia applications, LM200 Touch featuring an impressive 7" LCD touch screen which provides the user with an interface to control your media center from the enclosure without the need to turn on your main display. LM200 integrated with a VFD display device, it not only delivers IR signal to PC but also shows various useful information.

LM200 series remote controller, a comfortable and advanced design completed through the expert experience. The PAD controller is designed to be able to be also used as four (up, down, left, right) arrow buttons on Keyboard.

An HTPC enclosure has never been so powerful and stylish like the LM200 series. Designed for the living room and entertaining environments, the LM200 series is an ideal furnishing for your home. With exquisitely finished hair-brushed aluminum front panel and organic spherical appearance, LM200 series is not only designed brilliantly but also looks brilliant.


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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