Thermaltake chose Computex as the venue to showcase their first entry into the phase change market. Media reaction was strong even though details were thin. Since Computex more details have emerged about the Thermaltake Xpressar, but few have been able to get their hands on a unit, until now.
Last month Thermaltake was able to ship TweakTown an early engineering sample Xpressar unit to get our thoughts on the cooling capacity and proposed retail trim. The cooling unit is still going through design changes but we are told the final production units are not too far away. Because of this ongoing development we will not be able to do a full review of the Xpressar today, but when the final retail product is available we will have a full feature length article. Until then, this is mainly a teaser, but we will be able to answer many of the questions that surround the Xpressar.
Thermaltake has built a website dedicated to the Xpressar, Xpressar.com. The company has been bombarded with emails from consumers and journalists asking for more information. Specifications, cooling capacity, images, and the requests have been nonstop since the launch of the site, so Thermaltake wanted to get a unit out to an independent media site to help answer these questions.
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