Thermaltake's Level 10 chassis has been the subject of desire for many an enthusiast since it made its debut at CeBIT back in March, and if you've been dreaming of getting one, your dreams could be fulfilled within months.
According to a new teaser site at TTLevel10.com, the futuristic-looking chassis will become available this October. Don't get your hopes up just yet, though, as we took a good look at the chassis back at COMPUTEX in June and were advised that Level 10 would be launched as a limited run product with a suggested price tag of around $750.
It'll certainly be expensive, but it's genuinely beautiful, too, not to mention unique.
The giant compartmentalised enclosure measures 614mm x 318mm x 666.3mm and weighs 21.37kg. To put that into context, it's bigger than Corsair's gargantuan Obsidian Series 800D, and twice as heavy, too. Users will find a total of nine drive bays - three of the 5.25in variety and six 3.5in - and room for ATX or micro-ATX motherboards. Cooling comes in the form of 140mm intake, a 120mm exhaust and dual 60mm fans cooling the hard drives.
But none of that really matters, just look at it. Anybody out there planning on picking one up?
If you'd like to see more of the chassis, check out our hands-on preview from COMPUTEX 2009.