In light of the cancellation of the exhibition Computex As a result of the SARS epidemic, ThermalTake decided to make up for the cancellation (and on the way to get some more PR) and opened the virtual exhibition of the company's products - TeBit 2003. Indeed, ThermalTake definitely has something to display on the exhibition website. Beyond the variety of heatsinks, such as the Volcano series for the AthlonXP processors and the Venus series for the Pentium processors, the TR2 heatsinks series, ThermalTake's budget brand, are on display. Also on display is the Volcano12 which proves ThermalTake no longer has much to innovate.
The main innovations are in the field of enclosures and peripherals. ThermalTake, which has already released a series of keyboards and mice inspired by the Xaser, does not stop here and also presents a series of LCD screens that are also designed inspired by the Xaser cases, and certainly look great. Also on display is a new series of speakers made by ThermalTake that certainly look interesting, but without further information about their sound quality we prefer to treat them as a by-product that does not need to be overly impressed.
In the field of modeling, too, ThermalTake does not disappoint and releases a number of new accessories for the Xaser cases, including a remake of the case called LanFire, illuminating stickers for sticking on the window, a light grille for the fan, and a new version of Hardcanno - the 11th in number.