The Members Forum

Members Login
Username 
 
Password 
    Remember Me  
Post Info TOPIC: Thermaltake Level 10 Review


Administrator / Manager

Status: Offline
Posts: 2497
Date:
Thermaltake Level 10 Review
Permalink   


This case is both big and heavy, it came shipped in a branded Thermaltake shipping box that at first looked like a regular shipping box from say Amazon or Ebay, but it was branded with the Thermaltake and Level 10 names, as well as the notice that there was a PC Chassis inside

Inside that box was the regular black and red " retail " box with the normal icons labels and such, essentially the box that you would see on the shelf. Compared a standard desktop HDD to the box for size comparison, but this thing is heavy, and because of it's dimensions it would be beneficial if two people carried/moved it

The inserts comprised of the standard hard foam. But I was surprised that the case was wrapped in a black cloth-like Thermaltake Branded Level 10 bag. And you can tell they are really playing off on the Designed by BMW as it's on the Shipping box, the Retail box, the Protection bag, and the Accessory box.

Also packaged in the box was a "accessory box", inside this box is everything you will need for the case with the exception of a screwdriver, there is a branded carabiniere clip, Branded Cleaning cloth ( like the kind you get for an iPod or laptop screen ), reusable cable ties, metal standoffs, multiple types of screws, case keys ( that look like vending machine keys ), a Motherboard Like Speaker that connects via leads, and obviously a manual, and the manual is lacking in some areas ( I'll get into farther down).

The caribeener clip is just a standard caribeener clip like you find at Walmart or Costco and not meant for climbing, it's got a cloth strap attached to it along with a key ring, more than likely, meant for the case keys, but if like me, the weight of the case alone dictates that it's not going anywhere, so it's good for house or car Keys instead.

The case ties are the type that are reusable ( not zip ties ), they are the standard holed down the length for the protrusions around the head of the tie to fit in and lock.

The screws are just screws, 1 type silver with a flat dome head used for drives and stuff. Small black ones with a flush head for outside aesthetic reasons.
The standoffs are what i would call the "good kind" they are the usual hexagonal threads on one end screw hole on the other, not the cheap "A" frame that fold under any pressure.

Neowin has the review on this unique and awesome looking case HERE!



-- Edited by NicKnayme on Monday 19th of July 2010 09:49:48 AM

__________________

http://www.mycomputerplayground.com
http://www.digitaldrama.net
http://www.thisrules.net


Administrator / Manager

Status: Offline
Posts: 2408
Date:
Permalink   

Guess I'll live without one of those!
no



__________________

Vindicated th_Worm.gif

Page 1 of 1  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Tweet this page Post to Digg Post to Del.icio.us


Create your own FREE Forum
Report Abuse
Powered by ActiveBoard