Legit Case Reviews
Thermaltake New Soprano Case Review
|Date:||Tue, Dec 04, 2012 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Raymond Buckland -|
Unboxing the Thermaltake New Soprano
Thermaltake packaged the New Soprano in a full-color display box. The front of the box has a nice picture of the case with some accenting stripes and an internal USB 3.0 badge.
The back of the box shows some small detail shots and touches on the features and specifications that we just looked over.
One end of the box lists basic info in 11 different languages while the other has the Soprano logo and basic shipping detail in the lower left corner.
The case itself is wrapped in a clear plastic bag enclosed in a pair of Styrofoam end caps to prevent damage during transit. This is pretty much the norm for cases these days.
Once the case is shed of its packing we finally get to take a look at it. The first thing you’ll notice is the case is very simple yet sleek in design. The stylish front panel from the RS 101 is retained but now in aluminum and without the piano black coating.
Let’s take a closer look at the New Soprano now.
Next Page - Externals Features: Thermaltake New Soprano
Page 1 - Thermaltake Soprano VO900M1N2N Review
Page 2 - Unboxing the Thermaltake New Soprano
Page 3 - Externals Features: Thermaltake New Soprano
Page 4 - Internal Features: Thermaltake New Soprano
Page 5 - Installing a system into the Thermaltake New Soprano
Page 6 - Final Thoughts and Conclusions