Join the Home Entertainment Revolution; Thermaltake DH Series HTPC cases are sure to satisfy!
- 26 February, 2008 11:40
<p>Anyware Computer Accessories is pleased to announce the release of the new range of Thermaltake Digital Home (DH) home theatre chassis, designed with home entertainment enthusiasts in mind.</p>
<p>The DH Series range consists of a total of three PC cases. Under the banner of DH101 fall two cases; the VF7000BNS and the VF7001BNS. Both cases feature piano mirror-coated finishes with aluminium front panel designs; efficient cooling with 1 x 12cm silent fan at the front and dual 6cm fans in the rear and tool-free installation for all drive bays and PCI slots. The VF7001BNS has the added benefit of possessing an in-built Media Lab LCD screen with hot keys module (Vista ready). The Media Lab feature consists of a LCD screen capable of displaying any language; 10 functional hot key buttons; a volume control knob and a remote control. It is compatible with Windows Vista and MCE remotes and keyboards.</p>
<p>The DH 102 series case boasts all the features of the DH 101 cases except the Media Lab LCD screen of the VF7001BNS has been replaced with an in-built revolutionary 7 inch touch screen with hot keys module in the VH2001BNS.</p>
<p>The DH Series cases support ATX and mATX form factors and ATX PS2 power supplies. Each have 1 x 5.25 inch external drive bay and 3 x 3.5 inch internal drive bays. Front I/O ports include: USB 2.0 x 2, IEEE 1394 Firewire and HD-Audio. All three cases have seven expansion slots and measure 426.5 x 435 x 153.5 mm</p>
<p>The DH series cases will be available for purchase at the end of February. In the DH 101 series, the VF7000BNS and VF7001BNS will retail for $199 AUD and $329 AUD respectively. The DH 102 series VH2001BNS will retail for $649 AUD.</p>
<p>Have you visited www.thermaltake.com.au recently? Jump on the web now and check out the new and improved Thermaltake website, which has been customised for Australian and New Zealand audiences. You will find accurate information about the latest products available to you on the local site.
1. Purchase spare parts from the online Tt store
2. Online Warranty facilities allow consumers to contact Thermaltake directly
3. Sign up for the Thermaltake email newsletter to get the latest Thermaltake information delivered direct to your email account
4. Join the Forums to discuss Thermaltake products with other users
Be sure to get acquainted with the new Thermaltake website today!</p>
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