Thermaltake LANbox SFF Gaming Case
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 12-07-2007
Provided by: Thermaltake
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Exterior

The first thing to grab me upon unpacking the LANbox is the large aluminum handle. Or rather, the first thing I grabbed I suppose I should say. There is most definitely nothing flimsy about the carrying handle or the overall portable case design, this thing feels solid. The handle is painted in a contrasting silver color with a black speckle design. The front panel is black anodized aluminum and is slightly curved top-to-bottom. The drive bays blend smoothly with the face of the panel as do the power/reset switch and I/O ports. Both 5" bays have stealth covers for your optical drives that adds a nice touch. A mesh-covered, half-moon opening at the bottom hides the front mounted 92mm intake fan.



The rear portion of the top panel is perforated with lots of large holes to aid in air cirulation, as are the side panels. Additionally the side windows have slotted grill openings molded in. The rear of the case reveals Thermaltake's liberal use of thumbscrews in the LANbox, and shows off the dual-60mm exhaust fans and slotted riser plates. There is a spot for another 60mm fan above the risers. A full-size ATX power supply opening fills the space above the exhaust fans. The bottom of the case has been painted to match the sides/top and has round rubber feet to help protect the surface.



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