Thermaltake contracted BMW DesignWorksUSA, a subsidiary of the German auto company, to co-create a new game system concept. Components are placed on the outside of the “Level 10” to remain cool and are enclosed in their own protective cases for interchangeability. The team calls the design a “strong architectural statement.” The gaming tower also features a smart lock system with a USB memory key that activates the system as well as keeping personal data secure.
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Sweaty palms? Thermaltake’s Soprano Keyboard is made of brushed and polished aluminum to keep it from heating up. At a size of 425 x 203 x 26mm and weight of 1245g, it features scissor switch technology for increased keystroke lifespan. In colors of black and white, it also has built-in hotkeys Internet, E-mail, My Favorite, Search, and Volume, and 0º tilt for comfort. Check Thermaltake for availability and price. Now if they only offered a sweatless mouse.
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