Thermaltake’s original Armor case was one of the first cases that when I saw it I was really impressed. I think it was the large aluminum front doors and the case window that was so big you could see pretty much see everything inside your case. Since the original release Thermaltake has come up with new models expanding and improving on the original case. Today we are taking a look at the latest case in the Armor series the Armor Revo. This full tower features three 200mm fans, a hot-swap hard drive docking station, USB 3.0 support and many other features. Can this case live up to the original Armor? Read on to find out.
Thermaltake, being the industry pioneer brand in PC chassis, power supply and thermal solution, launches the ARMOR REVO GENE – a mid-tower version of ARMOR REVO that is primed with full-tower features for gamers to take on the latest games and gears.
Thermaltake ARMOR REVO GENE features Thermaltake symbolic top-mounted HDD docking station to assist on data organization, front I/O ports including two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and headphone & microphone jacks allow direct gaming peripherals access, up to 30mm side panel spacing for advanced cable management, tool-free bay design to simplified the trouble on building the system, combat headset holder for headphone, heighten foot stands and bottom PSU placement to enhance system ventilation.
Thermaltake, leading DIY chassis brand, is launching their latest edition to the popular and award winning ARMOR series of PC cases. The entirely black ARMOR A30 sports the familiar “bulletproof” armor design concept with metal mesh elements lending the ARMOR series an extremely stylish and powerful appearance that attracts gamers and enthusiasts alike. The top and front blue LED-fans enhance the overall combat ambience. It’s small dimensions of 266 (H) x 291 (W) X 456 (D) cm make it an ideal solution for small form factor systems (Micro ATX and mini ITX), while still allowing for enough room to house the most powerful graphics cards available on the market today (e.g. AMD Radeon HD 5970 and NVIDIA GTX460). Demanding LAN party goers can now set up a truly powerful gaming machine that is still small enough to be portable and stylish at the same time.
Today we have the opportunity to check out one of Thermaltake’s latest cases in the Armor series, the Thermaltake Armor A60. If you remember back in June we took a look at the Armor A90. The Armor A60 is one of the first to offer USB 3.0 and the first to offer the SideClick EasySwap design, which is basically a hot swappable slot. The design and feature list should fit most gamers and enthusiasts. Read on to check out out what else this case has to offer.
The Armor Series from Thermaltake has been around for a few years now and has been quite popular. Most cases in the Armor series are in the mid to higher price range. Seeing that many case manufacturers are coming out with budget cases aimed at the mainstream Thermaltake has come out with the Armor A90, which comes into the market at under $100. It features a very unique design, 3 cooling fans, and the quality we are all used to seeing from Thermaltake. Let’s see if the Armor A90 becomes the best budget case we have looked at!