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Thermaltake Announces Transporter Carry Bag - Take Your Rig Places

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Thermaltake, being the industry pioneer brand in thermal solutions, carrying the corporate vision of “building Thermaltake Technology into a cultural brand for the enjoyment of entertainment, e-Sports, technology, and lifestyle” and continues to drive toward the corporate mission of “delivering the perfect user experience” in varies PC market segment, debuts the Transporter Carry Bag which offers LAN game party fanatics a burly chassis carry bag that maximizing portability for all types of full-tower and PC accessories with exclusive protection in various weather conditions.

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    The prominent features of the Thermaltake Transporter Carry Bag:
    • Rain/Dust/Snow resistant to ensure your hardware travels safely and with style
    • Designed to fit even the largest gaming chassis including the Level 10 GT
    • Store your peripherals such as your keyboard, mouse & headset
    • Holds up to 100kg/220lb so no matter how extreme the rig, we can handle it
    • Red/Black styling to give an aggressive look while offering the storage you need
    Maneuverability
    The Thermaltake Transporter Carry Bag is a dynamic chassis carry bag for LAN party fanatics which support all type of full-towers when on the move. The all black design with the special material offers the flexibility and maneuverability to store fanatics’ rigs or even to store itself away. With an unify designed strap and hand holder permit the Transporter to grasp up to 100 kilogram in weight without any hassles. The special material of polyester with polyurethane provide the resistance while fanatics exposed their important rigs in all kind of rough weather conditions, like rain, snow and dust, grant an extra protection while traveling.

    Utilization
    The Thermaltake Transporter Carry Bag made out with the special polyester material with the dimension of 600mm x 300mm x 600mm (L*W*H) has utilized one 300mm x 30mm x 600mm (L*W*H) large pocket and a small pocket of 300mm x 30mm x 230mm (L*W*H) on either side of the carrying bag which has the flexibility to lug all type of full-towers with its accessories like keyboard, mouse, headset, cables and much more.

    For more details on Thermaltake Transporter Carry Bag please visit the product page.
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  2. Volkszorn88

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    I actually like this. Finally something impressive from Thermaltake.
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    I want to see somebody lugging around a 100kg rig, but aside from that, thats a nice thing. I don't really move my rigs, but if I would, I'd really consider this bag. Except when its like 200 bucks or so.
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    Would be nice if it came with mATX sizes.
  5. Katanai

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    How about the cardboard case your PC case came in? What's wrong with that? I use it to store PC parts and stuff and to carry my PC wherever I need to. It's much safer than this considering it has two styrofoam spacers that offer protection.
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    Add a cushion and shoulder straps TT.

    Back pack pc!
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    I agree. I have used the retail box for moving PC's many times and they work great.

    My system probably weighs in at about 60 to 70 lbs, so I could not imagine using this system. Great idea for a lighter aluminum gaming tower.
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    This is usually the best way, but some people open packages like they are gut their zombies.
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    Wait, where do I put my monitor?

    And what about my external radiator?

    Meh, it looks like more trouble than it is worth, and I agree with Katanai, the original box is the best transport container.

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    My Xaser VI will not fit anyway.
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    Add wheels....

    Where does my monitor go? :roll:
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    is it for the bits that either fall out the TT case or \ and the bits you take of it ?.
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    wait wait..
    imagine you bring level 10gt on your back, cool but you need to spend the whole week to straight your back
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    lol, if my TT case even fitted in it when carrying it it be like 2-3 inches on the floor. MY setups about 50-60 pounds and my bikes 28 pounds which makes me think my comps even heavier than i think it is.

    I'd have another nick name probably Long Armed Jon
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    60 lbs isn't that bad really... You just have to hung so not to tip backwards and there's no problem xD

    I'm serious though
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    Well in my case at least it's built strong enough for you to sit on it HAHAHA ( not as i would or buy this bag )..
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    Wheels would be cool though... You can pull it like a luggage, or... Sit on it and have fun like in the supermarket with shopping carts :D
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    The Haf X is roughly the same size as the level 10 and much lighter wonder if it would fit . . :ohwell:
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    I was wondering the same thing, and to all the people saying your backs would be messed up idk what is wrong with you that you can't carry less than 100 pounds or more on your back...
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    I lug one of my HAF-X's to a LAN every other week, it's not that heavy.

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