Thermaltake releases new PC cases

Thermaltake releases new PC cases

Thermaltake, a maker of computer chassis, power supply units and thermal solutions, has officially released the Urban S1 and SD1 micro PC cases that allow users to build compact high-performance systems with Micro ATX and Mini ITX motherboards.

The Urban S1 micro case offers a compact design with handy I/O ports such as USB 3.0 ports, microphone and audio jacks and more. The case also features optimized ventilation where a pre-installed 80 mm cooling fan pushes warm air out via a filter. A 120 mm fan is also optional. The case comes with two 5.25-inch and six 3.5-inch drive bays for excellent storage capacity and expansion needs.

The Urban SD1 chassis offers a fully modular design for excellent flexibility. Thus users are given the freedom to exchange 3.5-inch hard drive cages with 5.25-inch drive bays or removing them altogether for more free space or installation of liquid cooling systems. The case features a retractable motherboard tray too, optimized ventilation with one 90 mm front fan and two rear 60 mm fans and easy installation.

Thermaltake did not mention pricing, however.

Source: Thermaltake

Related posts

America – Inseparable from Automobiles?

America – Inseparable from Automobiles?

No question, the automobile is synonymous with modern American life. Look around, office parks, “the suburbs” and shopping malls were all built with car travel in mind. No question, the emergence of the automobile as a consumer product has changed the landscape of the United States.  But, how...

Logitech Introduces Comfort Lapdesk for Notebooks

You can use your laptop anywhere in your home. But what you gain in mobility, you often sacrifice in comfort. To address this pain point, Logitech  introduced the Logitech® Comfort Lapdesk for Notebooks – the newest addition to the company’s line of notebook accessories. The Comfort Lapdesk...

Microsoft limits DirectX 11.2 availability

With Windows 8.1 just around the corner Microsoft has announced that the upcoming DirectX 11.2 software package will be exclusive to Windows 8.1 and Xbox One. Thus users of Windows 8 and earlier Windows versions will not be able to upgrade to the latest Microsoft multimedia API...

Leave a comment