Thermaltake Armor A60 Mid Tower Case ReviewWed, Sep 22, 2010 - 12:00 PM
Thermaltake Armor A60 Mid Tower Case Packaging
I am sure we can all agree that it makes us really happy when our new case arrives unscathed. The case that was sent to us
by Thermaltake arrived in a graphics heavy box that features a picture of the case itself as well as the specs of the case.
Although the box had a few dings and dents, the case inside was unharmed and in mint condition. Our case was packed between
the two usual foam block protectors and covered in a plastic bag. It is amazing that such a simple method of protection is so
The size of the case can be a bit deceiving when it comes to trying to guess the weight of the case. It weighs in at a cool
15.7 pounds, but I would have to imagine once you get all of your components installed it will weigh a whole lot more.
Besides the case there are a couple of other items that are included. These include the user manual as well as a small
plastic bag that contains all screws and standoffs that are needed for the installation of the compatible motherboards and