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Wednesday, March 11, 2009
We recently looked at the Thermaltake Spedo, a full tower gaming case which had a strong design base but was poorly executed in a few areas. Thermaltake have been around for a number of years now so we were a little disappointed to see a product from them that lacked the refined finish we expect. Today we are looking at another chassis from them, the Thermaltake Element S. This case is targeted at ?professionals? and hopefully will rate a little better than the Spedo.
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Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Thermaltake took a lot time designing this case and it shows. The ability to install 7 HDDs is worth the tradeoff that it requires from the 5.25" drive bays that would be found on other cases. A mid-Tower ATX case with a 230mm fan on top, two 60mm fans on the video card area and excellent airflow makes this case a good mid-range case for those that want plenty of airflow around their system and need six or seven HDDs in their system. The Element S case has a MSRP of $129.99 online and it is a good choice for those wanting a mid-sized tower ATX case without breaking the bank as some other cases on the market would.
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Thursday, February 19, 2009
Thermaltake, a company we know for flashy eye-catching cases has changed things up a little bit with the Element S. Although very sleek looking it is not as flashy as previous cases we have seen from them. As the tag line says, "Create for Pros" the Element S has many features system builders and enthusiast alike will appreciate. Some of those include 7 3.5-inch internal HDD bays, tool-less HDD installation, stealth black material and noise reduction material on the side panels. All of this comes at a very affordable price too, let's take a look...
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Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Thermaltake's new mid-tower, the Element S, is designed to satisfy the needs of "creative professionals", so it should be interesting to see what the this case offers, both in style and function. There is an old adage in the world of design professionals: "Form follows function". Let's have a look at the Element S and see if can successfully resolve the two.
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Tuesday, February 10, 2009
ElementS, also known as VK6000, is a high-quality steel mid-tower case from Thermaltake, bringing interesting features such as two 2.5" hard disk drive bays. Let's take a look on this new case.
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