It would be hard to find a person who takes an interest in computers but does not know the name of this company. At least, coolers and system cases with the orange Thermaltake logotype are probably known to everybody. Thermaltake’s PC cases differ from the typical putty-colored coffins offered for low-end systems – the company targets its products at home users who value aesthetics no less than functionality.
Of course, the design trends this company promotes may be arguable, but it is an indisputable fact that Thermaltake is a recognized leader on the market of exclusive system cases for home computers. It is the company’s policy to regularly update the model range, to constantly improve their products and to introduce various helpful features into them.
And even if you could find more famous manufacturers, Thermaltake’s produce would still remain attractive because of its highly appealing price/performance ratio.
We have managed to gather together almost all models from the company’s new series of system cases for our today’s tests. We’ve got six models in total and none of them is going to leave you indifferent. Six boxes with PC system cases take up quite a lot of room:
You certainly should not collect so many cases from Thermaltake at your home unless you have some other place to live in. These six products give a good idea of the model range the manufacturer currently offers. Thermaltake’s Eclipse, Mystic and Circle models are not included in this review, but the first two are actually analogs of the Tsunami Dream and the Tenor, respectively, differing only in the exterior design of the front panel and the color scheme. The Circle series is an independent solution, however, with an original interior design and we are going to discuss it separately as soon as we get a sample of that case.