Thermaltake Lanbox PC Chassis Review

Posted: Aug 17 2007, 8:08am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:23am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
Thermaltake Lanbox PC Chassis Review
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Gamers who like to travel to LAN parties know that lugging a full size computer around is hard work. Thermaltake has a PC chassis that is aimed right at users who like to take their computer with them on the go.

Today we are taking a look at the slick Thermaltake Lanbox. This case is small and sized for micro ATX and mini ITX mainboards. You can get the case with a handle to make carrying it easier as well.

Review excerpt: “The case only supports Micro ATX and mini ITX form factor mainboards, so your dreams of throwing your 680i and SLI 8800 Ultras inside the diminutive Lanbox are dashed. Power for the system is provided by a standard ATX power supply, which is not included.” Read the full Thermaltake Lanbox review here.

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