Thermaltake is one of the companies always showing a lot of new stuff at shows. Let's start with their coolers. The first, very interesting looking unit is the "Rotation", which uses a radial fan in the center, with some heatpipes to cool the CPU. The second looks much like a butterfly is called the "TMG IA1" and uses 8 heatpipes in combination with a 120 mm fan. The two new graphic card coolers. The first is called the "SOrb" and comes with active cooling, while the second does not seem to be finished yet, as it does not have a name. A budget CPU cooler right next to it is currently simply labeled as "Heatpipe Value Downward Flow".
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Their newest chassis is called Spedo. We already had a look at it behind closed doors at CeBIT, at which point there were two versions (full and mid tower). Seems like only the full tower made it into production. It has removable hard drive trays, the interior layout is placed in compartements and there are a lot of possibilities for 120 mm fans to be used.
Thermaltake is also expanding their water cooling unit with a dual 120 mm radiatior. A plastic construction makes it possible to use the unit on a mid-tower.
The new Luxa line of HTPC cases is intended for luxury homes. There is no price set on these, but expect them to burn a deep hole into your wallet. The large unit for ATX boards is called Luxa 300. This one can be had with a 7 inch LCD or a graphical VFD - both supplied by Soundgraph. The smaller one - the Luxa 100 is intended for ITX and also features the graphical VFD. This unit uses a slimline optical drive.Source: Thermaltake