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Thermaltake To Show Limited Edition Level 10 Titanium Chassis At Computex



/ 3 years ago

Thermaltake Level 10 Titanium Limited Edition world premier at COMPUTEX 2014

Thermaltake are no stranger to launching high-end chassis products, but this year is set to be very special for the company. At Computex 2014, Thermaltake will be revealing the latest edition of their Level 10 chassis, which was designed alongside BMW’s Group DesignWorksUSA. The new chassis, the Level 10 Titanium, will be a very limited edition product, with only 500 being produced worldwide!

“Going through the era of black and silver, Titanium limited edition presents Thermaltake’s self-breakthrough spirit and the boldness in making innovation. As a premium yet rare material, Titanium not only expresses the quality of durability, light weight, dent- and corrosion resistance, it is also the prefect representation of being able to deliver the passion for visual aesthetics that derived from demanding immersive game play and multimedia entertainment enthusiasm. Thermaltake believes that the new Level 10 Titanium Edition will take the series to a new peak.

“The “Level 10 Titanium Limited Edition Gaming Station” is a significant leap forwards from the Level 10 that preceded it. Level 10 is upgraded to 6 EasySwap HDD bays to meet high-end enthusiasts’ expectation. Designed with innovation, this limited gaming tower is equipped with 4 advanced USB 3.0 ports that accommodate all devices such as high speed hard drives, high performance gaming mice, headsets and any other peripherals that are in need of high speed transfer rates. The asymmetric arrangement of 7 robust vertical heatsinks and the horizontally located individual components creates a strong architectural statement, making it possible to take advantage of excellent airflow to vastly reduce temperatures on system components.”

The original Level 10 has already won many awards, including the Red Star, IDEA, Google Design, Golden Pin Design, iF, reddot and more. It’s a very unique looking and performing product and the Titanium looks set to reiterate why it stunned us all in the first place.

No words on price, or exact release date just yet, but expect it to be crazy expensive and incredibly hard to get hold of. We’ll be heading out to the show, so I’ll make sure we stop by and give you all a closer look at it.

Thank you Thermaltake for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of Thermaltake.


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  • Wayne

    the Level 10 was a pretty ridiculous case, not practical at all and this one looks just as hideous and impractical. Personally I think it’s a waste of titanium, not to mention dosh.