Thermaltake Shark: Lightweight With Sturdy Shutter
You can't tell by looking at the case that it weighs only 13.86 lbs (6.3 kg) - its lightness is amazing when you pick it up. The front panel shutter is the heaviest part of the Thermaltake midi tower, so when you empty the Shark it tips over forwards. Once hardware is installed, the Shark becomes stable. The fold-out pedestals on the side are also a help.
Light case with sturdy front panel shutter
Front Panels And Connection Ports
The closing front panel shutter has a lively design. A blue LED gleams from out between the upper elements so you can find the case in the dark. The USB, FireWire and audio ports are located on the side of the Thermaltake midi tower.
Tasteful front section lighting
Front and back of the Thermaltake midi tower
USB, FireWire and audio ports are on the side
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