Author: Bob Buskirk
Our friends at Thermaltake were nice enough to invite us to their suite at the Venetian to check out some of their new products. This year, Thermaltake has quite a few new products and even some different products that you wouldn’t think they would be releasing. On the LUXA2 side of things, they had some new products as well. This is also the first time we’ve been able to check out the Level 10 case in person. Read on to see what Thermaltake has in store for you in 2010!
The thing I was most excited about when I went up to the Thermaltake booth was the Level 10 case. We’ve seen a few articles of it and all of the PR photos, but nothing is like seeing it in person. The Level 10 really is a work of art and not just a normal PC case. The entire system is a modular system with compartments for each of your components. This is unlike any other case out there and with only 6,000 being made right now it is going to be something only select people will purchase at the price point of around $850.
Thermaltake added another case to their V-Series, the V5. This case is made for gamers and has a large handle on the top. This case is not super flashy but does have some style to it with a part window / part mesh side panel and top 200mm blue LED fan. This case also has front HD audio, eSATA, and USB.
Thermaltake has come out with a NVIDIA edition of their Element V case. This case has cool NVIDIA styling and colors on both the inside and outside, but also has a special cooling system for 3-way and quad SLI setups. This case should be around $20-30 more than the original Element V chassis.