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Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Thermaltake Lanbox Lite

2. The Package

The retail package is big. The Thermaltake Lanbox Lite costs somewhere in the vicinity of $85~99 (+shipping) as found at several online stores.

Opening the box, everything is placed in order and well packaged so that the Lanbox Lite arrives in one piece in your home:

The case has a mirror-finish which adds points to the overall look. On the front, we find two storage bays, with eject buttons, the power up and reset switches and the power/HDD LEDs as well.

On the side, we can see the ventilation holes to help keep your system cool. These are probably most handy if you decide to install a big VGA card.

On top, we again see the impressive mirror-finish we talked about earlier, and of course more ventilation holes. These ones are useful for the PSU:

And finally, on the back, we can see the empty space for PSU, the two 60mm rotating fans, another extra spot for another 60mm fan (top right) and four PCI backplane brackets for adding extra cards to your system.




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