We also got a chance to drop by the Thermaltake suite at CES. They have quite a few new items on display. Let us start with the input devices. The Challenger and Challenger Pro gaming keyboards come with onboard memory, one or two USB 2.0 ports respectively and a small cooling fan, which clips onto the top edge of the part. They will also offer a gaming mouse called "Black" with up to 4,000 DPI in combination with a weight system and a pair of headsets (not pictured).
Thermaltake has also shown off their Grand PSU, which is now finished. Its main feature is the overall shape, while still delivering the quality we have come to expect from these units. We also got a glimpse at a 875W Toughpower XT and an 1200 W TR2 RX.
To round things up, we actually have a shot of the Element V NVIDIA Edition, which is certified to cool the upcoming DirectX11 Fermi from the green camp. The major difference between this unit and the normal one is the additonal cooling contraption for the GPUs along with the color change. Last but not least, there is the V5 Black Edition, aimed at the gamer on the go with a black interior paint and a solid handle for easy transportation.