While there are a ton of huge chassis designs that will offer you every feature under the sun, as well as digging as deep as those companies possibly can while offering such cases, there is a huge market looking for something on the complete opposite end of the spectrum. There are quite a few users out there looking to find chassis designs made more for the beginner with a bit of room for upgrades, or just want to be able to keep a full ATX system housed in as small of a chassis as physically possible. This is the angle that Thermaltake has taken in their latest addition to the Urban Series.
We have already seen the original design of the Urban series with the S71 we looked at back in July, and we found that design to be sleek, rounded, and had plenty of features to sway any buyer. On the basic level, this latest addition definitely takes on a similar aesthetic appeal that we found earlier in the Urban series, but the interior has been completely reworked with a completely different design this time around. The idea here is speed of the build and simplicity of design to make a compact yet affordable option to obtain, yet still get the externals that made the S71 a success.
This time around as we look at the Urban T21, keep an eye out for the internal changes, as well as a couple of external things that makes this chassis stand on its own four feet within the Urban series. While there is almost a nostalgic feeling to this interior design, Thermaltake took the steps needed to keep the build as tool-free as possible, making this new Urban T21 on of the fastest builds we have done, was super simple to make it all happen, and while compact, Thermaltake gives everything needed for users to appreciate this design.
If I have yet to gain or at least pique your interest, once you see more, you may very well be on board as well.