BMW-Designed Thermaltake Level 10 Is Finally Available

BMW-Designed Thermaltake Level 10 Is Finally Available

Range Govindan
Dec 18, 2009

We've mentioned this extraordinary case before, but it's only just become available for purchase and there's some good news. The finished product looks almost exactly like the concept we saw in March.

There is no denying the fact that the Level 10 computer case simply looks awesome. Mac cases are neat, but this one is simply amazing because it literally takes away the case and gives each component a sort of box. There is a central pillar from which the component bays hang. The case is made out of heavy duty aluminum and supports water cooling. There is one issue though. You'll need longer cables in order to connect all of your components.

The case itself is quite large, 12.6 inches wide, 24.5 inches deep, and 26.3 inches high. It also weighs 50 pounds empty. There are 6 hard drive bays available. There is no doubt that this case is awesome. Who is it for? Serious PC enthusiasts who want something different and unique. The case simply looks amazing and it's not the sort of case that you'd hide away from prying eyes. It's an industrially designed marvel. However, there is one problem. It costs $850. That's pretty expensive. It's almost the price of a MacBook. What do you think, is the Level 10 worth the price?

[via Gizmodo, all photos via PC Perspective]

Thermaltake Leve 10 Computer Case

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