Thermaltake Level 10 GT
Back in 2009, Thermaltake made headlines with their avant garde Level 10 chassis, designed by BMW Design Works, and sporting a futuristic look and what many called rather outlandish styling. But Thermaltake also made waves with the announced price tag of about $800, an amount pretty much everyone thought was far too steep to be taken seriously.
Fast forward to today and we’re now looking at the Thermaltake Level 10 GT, which still promises the intruiging lineage of its predecessor but comes with a considerably lower price tag. At about $260 though, it’s still a hefty sum, and while one could argue it’s difficult to put a price tag on a work of art, the rest may argue it’s still too much cash to splurge for a case. We suspect the debate will continue, but at the very least it’s safe to say that the Level 10 GT is a very unique case for consumers with a discerning taste in style.
The Thermaltake Level 10 GT does pack a styling punch though, so let’s take a closer look and see what you get for the price.
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