Jonsbo Launches Its TK-1 and TK-2 Mid-Tower Cases

Today Jonsbo has launched another case appealing to the seamless panoramic view market but unlike some others, they have changed the homework and added their own style into the design with the new TK-1 and TK-2 cases.

Jonsbo TK-1 and TK-2 Cases

The TK-1 and TK-2 Cases are Micro-ATX and Mid-Tower cases both featuring seamless dual-bent tempered glass panels and a dual-chamber design. This design provides a clear view from 3 angles whilst also going away from the current trends of minimalist and sharp cubic cases and going more towards smooth and soft designs, the fish tank look is definitely here.

The two cases are of different sizes with TK-1 coming in slightly smaller omitting the side panel ventilation commonly seen on this style of case. Without the side ventilation this case exclusively uses bottom to top style airflow and whilst the larger TK-2 also uses this, that features the option for side panel fans as well. The I/O on both cases is positioned on the front and features 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, 1x USB 3.0 and 1x audio combo jack.

Cooling Support

Starting with the TK-1, this case is capable of supporting up to four 120mm fans with two on the top and two on the bottom. This limits radiator compatibility to just a 240mm radiator at the top with a fair bit of depth.

The larger TK-2 is capable of supporting up to nine fans with room for three 120mm fans across each the top, bottom and side. This fan capacity also allows for a 360mm radiator to be installed in the top and bottom though the side fan mounting panel doesn’t appear feature enough depth for a radiator when used in conjunction with a larger GPU.

Hardware Compatibility

The smaller TK-1 features support for up to an M-ATX motherboard and features four expansion slots for fitting a GPU up to 280mm in length. As for the TK-2, this case is capable of supporting up to an ATX motherboard and features 7 expansion slots with plenty of GPU clearance of up to 405mm. Both of these cases can support CPU coolers up to 165mm tall, 220mm ATX PSUs, and two 3.5″ drive bays.

Price and Availability

Both the TK-1 and TK-2 are available for pre-order from in either black or white for the following MSRP:

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