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Thermaltake Element Q Mini ITX Case Review

Posted on Monday, February 15 2010 @ 11:19:45 CET by


A case that has some promise in what we are looking for is new Thermaltake Element Q. The Q (as we will call it) fits right in home with the other members of the Element as it shares the same black and red profiles we have seen in the Element V, T and S. Straight lines, little flash and very attractive. One of the unique things about the Q is that it is one of a few pure ITX cases that will allow the user to recycle one of their own 5.25" optical drives and not having to broke the bank buying a slim-line drive. But is this the only benefit the Q has to offer to a would-be purchasers? Nope. But you have to read on to find out what else.



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