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Monday, March 2, 2009
When it comes to the higher echelon of computer enclosures, manufacturers love to include new features and gadgetry in their designs. This is not just to persuade enthusiasts to make a purchase, but to also validate the exorbitant cost of the chassis itself. With the introduction of the Thermaltake SwordM enclosure, can Thermaltake convince enthusiasts that the SwordM?s high cost justifies its feature set? We take a close look at the Thermaltake SwordM to find out if it can be successful in a hotly contested market segment.
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Monday, January 28, 2008
We first got a glimpse of the SwordM at CES 2007, we were amazed at the style and that Thermaltake would try such a radical case. Finally this year the case was released for sale and you know we had to get one to check out. Handmade of all aluminum with hydraulic mechanisms for the top and side panel it is unlike any other case we have seen before. This is a very limited case with only 10,000 units world-wide. Let us show you what this amazing case has to offer.
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Thermaltake has really taken case design to the extreme with the SwordM VD5000BNA Super Tower Chassis. The quality of the components is top notch, the styling is definitely unique, the features are generally well thought out, and some of the innovative design elements might actually be revolutionary.
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Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Overall, the SwordM is an exciting case to work with. The thick aluminum construction is expertly manufactured and aggressive styling throughout give it a look all its own. The hydraulic-powered top and side panels will surely turn heads, even if their usefulness may be questionable. This chassis comes equipped with just about every feature imaginable and then some, so it can easily be a case that lasts through several more system builds.
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Monday, September 17, 2007
After making the rounds at CeBIT and Computex, the Thermaltake SwordM VD5000BNA finally makes it onto our shores. How does this giant chassis stack up against the other super large towers? Read on to find out its features, including the use of hydraulics in a chassis.
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