Wednesday, May 14th 2014

Thermaltake to Showcase Level 10 Titanium Limited Edition Chassis at Computex

Thermaltake biennially announces a special edition of Level 10 in a Titanium finish, restricted to 500 builds worldwide, will take orders in July and time to market in September. Designed in collaboration with BMW Group DesignWorksUSA since 2009, Thermaltake Level 10 Series are highly appreciated and gained numerous awards like Red Star, IDEA, Good Design, Golden Pin Design, iF, reddot, and d&i for its intelligent design in succession. From the very first launch of Level 10, Thermaltake has redefined the architectural aesthetics of chassis design, continuously driving toward the corporate mission of "delivering the perfect user experience".

This Summer, Thermaltake Level 10 Titanium version would convey a unique and unmatched massage to everyone with modern, innovative, futuristic and stunningly elegant style which will revive the famous Level 10 Gaming Station Titanium Limited Edition at COMPUTEX Taipei 2014 (Nangang Exhibition Hall, 4th floor, booth no. M620), from 3rd- 7th June, 2014.

Titanium Trend on the Move
Going through the era of black and silver, Titanium limited edition presents Thermaltake's self-breakthrough spirit and the boldness in making innovation. As a premium yet rare material, Titanium not only expresses the quality of durability, light weight, dent- and corrosion resistance, it is also the prefect representation of being able to deliver the passion for visual aesthetics that derived from demanding immersive game play and multimedia entertainment enthusiasm. Thermaltake believes that the new Level 10 Titanium Edition will take the series to a new peak.

The "Level 10 Titanium Limited Edition Gaming Station" is a significant leap forwards from the Level 10 that preceded it. Level 10 is upgraded to 6 EasySwap HDD bays to meet high-end enthusiasts' expectation. Designed with innovation, this limited gaming tower is equipped with 4 advanced USB 3.0 ports that accommodate all devices such as high speed hard drives, high performance gaming mice, headsets and any other peripherals that are in need of high speed transfer rates. The asymmetric arrangement of 7 robust vertical heatsinks and the horizontally located individual components creates a strong architectural statement, making it possible to take advantage of excellent airflow to vastly reduce temperatures on system components.

Thermaltake will celebrate its world premier at the upcoming "COMPUTEX Taipei 2014" on 3th June. For more information or to purchase in advance please contact the local distributor or retail stores near you. It's a once every two year chance for you to get it on the trend, don't miss it!
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4 Comments on Thermaltake to Showcase Level 10 Titanium Limited Edition Chassis at Computex

#1
Assimilator
I can't believe Thermaltake is still beating this dead horse 5 years later. I mean, I get it's probably their only chassis that isn't a piece of shit designed by a retarded 5-year-old, but still.
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micropage7
by: Assimilator
I can't believe Thermaltake is still beating this dead horse 5 years later. I mean, I get it's probably their only chassis that isn't a piece of shit designed by a retarded 5-year-old, but still.
yeah, they designed it with bmw but its bad :laugh::laugh:
big fail design
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#3
Depth
I remember that fugly thing
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H3LLSMAN
If I got it for free would be cool to build something in it, for for a work orientated PC/ low power usage, defiantly not a case for gaming to the extreme. Just not enough space to OC good.
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