Walking into Thermaltake’s suite at the Palazzo today brought back reminisce of childhood candy stores. Wall to Wall chassis and a wicked modified chassis to look like a battle tank. Right away we knew we were going to enjoy this meeting.
As we know Thermaltake has a few divisions, LuxA2 and Tt eSports. Both were very well represented and presentation of the future of these labels was outstanding. We were greeted by Shannon Robb, Marketing Manager for Thermaltake, and he gave us a detailed and impressive tour.
A focus on chassis’ is always one of their outstanding showcases. Brilliant visuals of colour, style and functionality were displayed throughout the exhibit. The Core X31 mid-tower and the X71 Full tower were on display and were amazing shows of the standard that Thermaltake sets. Discussions of 3D printed accessories to assist in customization and moving towards making your tower, more yours.
On the Ttesports side of things they have the Challenger Prime RGB combo, with the RGB spectrum and lighting techniques not to mention programmable keys it looks like the Challenger is going to be a hit.
One thing we always love about Thermaltake is the pricing. Especially with their Ttesports products. Talking with Thermaltake they were talking to us about one of their new developments of a thumb-print lock on their mouse. What a cool idea, taking the password out and moving on to fingerprint ID. Right away we thought it wouldn’t be cheap to have such a awesome mouse with such advanced technology but we were surprised to hear that this line of mice was estimated to be around the $60 price point. That’s pretty cool!
All in all our trip to Thermaltake was awesome. Make sure to check them out and stay tuned for more action from CES 2016!