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Date: 02-14-04
Author: Gundeep Hora
Category: Reviews/Cases
Manufacturer: Thermaltake
 

Thermaltake has been increasing their line of Xaser products for a long time now. Their Xaser line of cases is popular amongst the enthusiast crowd. The cases are rugged, durable, and reliable. We reviewed one of the first Xaser cases from Thermaltake – V1000A. It was great except for its weight and the fact that it used steel. Then Thermaltake released a new case known as the Xaser Lanfire Edition, which further extended the Xaser case line.

PC cases are outer shells of a PC and that’s the reason why we have to pay close attention to the physical side of things. Today we will be taking a look at the Xaser III: Skull Edition case. This case closely resembles the architecture of its big sibling – The Xaser V1000A. Read our review to find out if we recommend this case.

Accessories:

There were 2 x Skull edition stickers, 1 x 3-pin connector, 1 x set of keys, 4 x boss plugs, 1 x user’s manual, and an instruction pamphlet. The skull stickers looked quite good and were a bonus that we never expected. The manual, as always, was easy to follow and understand. It had step-by-steps instructions and well labeled images to get the point across.


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