ThermalTake unveiled the Element Q, a new fanless Mini-ITX case that will be available for $59. You can find the full specifications over here.
Thermaltake, leading DIY chassis brand, introduces the latest addition to the Element series of PC cases, the Thermaltake Element Q. This Mini-ITX case is ideal for very small systems built on Intel's Atom and NVIDIA's ION platforms. With its extremely small dimensions of 130 (D) x 220 (W) x 330 (H) mm and a light-weight of merely 2.7 KG the Element Q can fit on the smallest desktop or even on the shelf between your books.
The Element Q represents the Quintessence of personal and entertainment computing as it let's you shrink all the formerly huge components such as audio cards, video adapters, network cards and the like into one tiny system with sleek and elegant looks in a dominating black color with distinctive red lining. Quick and convenient installation is provided for by an optimized case design that allows you to use standards peripherals such as a 5.25" and even two 3.5" (one internal, one external) devices. For this small form factor category the Element Q is truly unique as you are not forced to use slim drives like with other cases.
Quietness is provided for by an overall fanless design with ventilation grids on the right and left side as well as on the back. The specially designed preinstalled 200W SFX power supply also works without fan, further reducing noise and energy consumption.
One PCI extension slot at the back and the front side HD audio connectors add to the overall convenience, while the Power and Reset buttons are very easily accessible on the front panel.