For the tenth company anniversary Thermaltake came up with something special and developed in cooperation with BMW Group Designworks USA a futuristic PC case. The name: Level10.
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Thermaltake Level 10: Sneak Preview at the Cebit 2009 (26) [Source: view picture gallery]
The Level 10 doesn't look like a traditional PC case. Instead of putting all the components into a big box, motherboard, hard drives, optical drives and PSU got their own compartments that are attached to a massive pedestal. For the design Thermaltake cooperated with the BMW Group Designworks USA. During development the visual appearance was, besides the new concept, one of the most important objectives.
The case will officially be introduced at the Computex, which starts on June3. At the Cebit we had a chance to take a look at the Level 10. Thermaltake mainly used aluminum to build their new product. The employees at the booth didn't give us a official price, but we estimate that the Level 10 will cost between 450 and 600 Euro. In our gallery you can find several pictures of the case.