Thermaltake has found an original way to celebrate its 10th anniversary and presents a unique chassis designed in conjunction with Design Works USA, part of BMW's design division, and, as you can guess, the design is indeed spectacular.
2009 CeBIT, which is currently being used as a showcase, is surprisingly named 10 Level 10, named after 1999. To remind you, Thermaltake was established in XNUMX and already introduced revolutionary cooling solutions. The main idea in designing the chassis is its subdivision, each of which will contain one or more hardware components. Of course, each sub-structure has been designed in a way that has not been seen to date, giving the case the unique look.
First the main stand of the case was designed, the part to which the substructures connect, this stand is designed in the form of a thin plate that is perpendicular to the desktop, when it contains the front panel of each standard case, these are the USB front connectors (4 in number), esata connection and headphone and microphone connections . On the left side of the stand are the substructures, with the optical drives housed at the top, below them are placed one below the two hard drive storage locations, and in the center of the Level 10 is the cell containing the motherboard, with the power supply housed above it.
Chassis not designed
Looks so far
On the right side of the chassis there is a door for the whole length, this door provides installation and access to all components in the chassis. Of course, apart from the amazing design, the company has been careful to equip the case with red LED lighting, which, apart from the impression, will give an indication of the operation of the system and the variety of components.
Unfortunately, apart from displaying it to the general public in the exhibition, additional details such as price and availability were not revealed on the package. Moreover, the company did not rush to publish when the package will be officially launched, but what is certain is that the number of packages it manufactures will be very limited.