Thermaltake announced the A700 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition with CNC machined aluminum panels on the periphery and tempered glass sides.
Thermaltake pairs up with Razer to bring the Razer Green switch and its tactile bump and click sound to the Level 20 RGB gaming keyboard.
Thermaltake released the Level 20 RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk it teased at CES 2019, and it carries a whopping $1,200 price tag.
Thermaltake has announced the Toughpower PF1 ARGB PSUs, which will be available in 850W, 1050W and 1200W capacities and target high-power use systems.
Thermaltake leans into do-it-yourself liquid cooling kits, complete with copper radiators, PETG tubing and all of the fans.
The Thermaltake Level 20 GT RGB is a great chassis that looks as good as it performs. But the $289 (£ 227.13) price will likely be the deciding factor for most people considering this case.
Thermaltake launched its first copper radiators, the Pacific CL series. These are beefy radiators, measuring 64mm in thickness, and they come in 360mm, 420mm, and 480mm sizes.
Thermaltake announced a new mid-tower case, the View 37, with a curved, single-piece window that spans from the side to the top of the case.
Thermaltake is now competing against water cooling stalwarts EK and Bitspower by producing ultra-niche products, such as the new Pacific M4 motherboard water block.
The TPG-1200F1FAP is based on a semi-digital platform that offers high performance and quiet operation. With a $220 street price, this unit achieves a value score that captures our attention.
With a 3x120mm radiator as long as its name, what would you expect? We put our expectations aside and tested Thermaltake's latest humongous RGB CLC.
After the TPG-1250-T, Thermaltake has a second digital PSU to show off. The TPI-1200F2FDP offers high performance and a variety of RGB lighting options, which many enthusiasts appreciate.
Following the release of its actively-cooled X-Comfort Air gaming chair, ThermalTake announced new additions to the line that offer real leather.
The key feature of the Thermaltake X Comfort Air is an active air-cooling system designed to help keep gamers cool and comfortable.