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Thermaltake Introduces Touch Screen HTPC Chassis – DH101/DH 102

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  1. Darksaber

    Darksaber W1zzard's Sidekick Staff Member

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    Thermaltake has introduced the new digital Home Theater PC Chassis, the DH (Digital Home) series. Designed with the latest multimedia module and high quality piano mirror coating front panel, the new Digital Home series shines with elegance and charm!

    There are total of four models to choose from the new Digital Home Series; DH101 was designed with the latest LCD Display that not only supports multiple languages, but also allows different display selections with its blue glowing background. DH 102 on the other hand, comes with the aluminum piano mirror coating and the hottest 7 inch Touch Screen front LCD display bringing all the media function controls easy and fast at user’s fingertips.
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    The 7” LCD display of DH102 does not only support Touch screen functions, but with the latest software and double screen displaying technology, users can easily control media functions such as music, movie, and photos, plus information like daily news, weather, PC status and E-mail all can be easily shown on the LCD display with internet connection. This revolutionary LCD display has build-in Media Lab, plus the 10 hot key buttons and the easy volume control knob at the front panel, DH Series is bringing the Home Theater experience to a brand new era.

    DH101 and DH102 not only comes with high quality external design, but the internal structure and thermal modules further overturned the common impression of limited spacing and ineffective thermal solutions towards home theater PC chassis. The 12cm front fan and the double 6cm rear fan included in the unit saves the chassis from heating concerns. Up to three 3.5” and one 5.25” drive bays is also available for upgrading. The single insert/exit button on the front panel makes disc changing easy for users. DH Series HTPCs are the high quality chassis with delicate body structure and thoughful internal space designs.

    The high performance thermal management and multifunction supports of DH 101 / DH 102 Home Theater PC Chassis will definitely be the best choice to build your own digital living environment, with high-tech fashion and aesthetic elegance.

    Source: Thermaltake
     
  2. Wile E

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    Any word on price? Specifically for the model with the VFD. I'm still searching for that perfect HTPC case. I was considering the Antec Fusion, or the Silverstone LC10M so far. The Antec is a little more than I'd like to spend, but the Silverstone doesn't have the volume knob or 120mm fan(s).
     
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    Why do they need the grey strip at the bottom? That ruins it for me.

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    Sweet a touch screen.
     
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    Didnt we see something like this a while ago in a show ? However it was silver and not from thermaltake.....
     
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    Ya sweet and all, but I would guess it's in the 700-1000 dollar range. I'd love a great box like that but man! the prices are nuts. And you're not done buying yet!
     
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    I was thinking the same thing Wil E. Antec is where its at, but for 400 bucks it better do more than just hold a motherboard and pc parts
     
  8. panchoman

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    crazy case, me likey the touchscreen.
     

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