IntroductionI'd like to thank Thermaltake for supplying the case for this review.
We have taken a look at many enclosures from Thermaltake in the past and this time around we have received the Thermaltake DH-202. It represents an evolution of the DH-102, which features the same general layout and touch screen. Gone is the two tone design and the DH-202 has received a few additional features which we will go into with this review. While Thermaltake has given each version of the DH-10X case a different last digit, the entire range of the new generation is called DH-202 and can thus only be differentiated by the actual model number. We received the version with the 7" touch screen, which is the high-end version of the DH-202 case family.
|Case type||Home Theater Media PC|
|Suitable motherboards||ATX and mATX|
|Bays||1 x 5.25" external & 3 x 3.5" internal|
|Expansion slots||7 (depending on motherboard)|
|Front connectors||2 x USB 2.0, 1 x Firewire, Microphone & Headphone jacks|
|Media kits||Built-in all new revolutionary 7” touch screen hot keys module|
|Cooling||- Front: 120mm fan x 1, 1400rpm & Rear: 60mm fan x 2, 2500rpm|
|Weight||7.85 kg / 17.31lb|
|Dimensions||153.5 x 435 x 426.5 mm / 6.0 x 17.1 x 16.8 inch|
|Material||SECC steel body & Aliminum case front|