Uglier, But Better than the Original
Thermaltakeâ€™s original Level 10 chassis was a remarkable collaboration with BMW DesignWorks in which the companies fundamentally restructured the PC chassis into a series of isolated compartments suspended from a central load-bearing wall. It was stunning, cost $800, and wasnâ€™t actually that practical to use. With the Level 10 GT, Thermaltake has taken the basic look ...
Posted on June 23, 2011 | Tags: 2011
, August 2011
, From the Magazine
, thermaltake level 10 gt
Fractal Design recently released a new chassis, aimed at the people who like a small desktop PC and well, don't want to spend too much money on a chassis. As such Fractal Design released the Core 3000, an all black, quite stylish mid-tower chassis.
This ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX ready tower chassis can house a pair of external 5.25-inch drive bays, for ODDs (optical disk drives) or anything else that uses that form factor of course. Then on the inside Fractal Design made ...
Case manufacturer NZXT is planning to produce a limited edition pink run of its popular Phantom case later this year.
The move was prompted by the overwhelmingly positive feedback the company had from its April fools press release, which stated that the company was going to start manufacturing a range of pink cases, PSUs and fans.
The run will be strictly limited, and ...
At this year's CES Seagate announced its intentions to open the GoFlex connector standard, enabling devices and other drivemakers to build products around its GoFlex removable drive standard. We've seen limited public uptake thus far, but at Computex Antec announced its intentions to include a GoFlex drive bay in some of its future cases.
The bay can accept either GoFlex compatible drives ...