ThermalTake has launched some bold designs (and some rather gaudy ones too). Some of these have been successful while others have received ridicule from the online community and gamers (even coining the phrase “Friends don’t let Friends use ThermalTake” at one point. However, over the last few years they have moved forward with their products and are now putting out some solid work. One of the products that I have been very interested in is the Level 10 series. This new case line-up is less like a PC enclosure and more like a piece of art. Of course the original Level 10 enclosure will also set you back around $750. This price tag puts it out of the reach of most gamers and also off of our RADAR for now. Instead we are going to take a look at the much more reasonably priced Level 10 GT. This uniquely designed PC case comes in two colors (black and white) and will run you $255 and $290 respectively. As we have grown bored of shooting cases in our lab we also decided to move our initial coverage to a different location. With that said, let’s take a look at the Thermaltake Level 10 GT (VN10006W2N) Snow Edition shot on location in Bahia Honda State Park, Florida. Snow at the beach anyone?
Published in Enthusiast Peripherals
We Find Snow at the Beach, Thermaltake's Level 10 GT Snow Edition Featured
by Sean Kalinich on01 October 2011 21631 times
Prev Next »
Latest from Sean Kalinich
- AMD’s 11-year journey to relevance gets an epic finish.
- Is HBM a viable technology for GPUs? Yes, Yes it is… just not right now
- Microsoft finds active exploit of Intel's AMT vulnerability
- CD Projekt RED admits to data theft and blackmail
- Did Intel Repond to Threadripper, or just to Ryzen in General?
Leave a comment
Make sure you enter all the required information, indicated by an asterisk (*). HTML code is not allowed.