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Thermaltake "LANMOTO" Enclosure Review

Thermaltake's latest enclosure is the LANMOTO. It is designed with the LAN gamer in mind and offers all the same features as the Xaser series of enclosures but weighs much less. We are even convinced you won't need to be a bodybuilder to move it around!

| Other Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: May 13, 2004 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 8.0%      Manufacturer: Thermaltake

 

Introduction

 

For the past couple years, Thermaltake has been putting out their Xaser case line. They have always tended to be feature rich and have many innovative additions to make life easier for you or to make it look better. But lets be honest, those things are huge and even the thought of installing a system in one and take it to a local LAN leaves a bad taste in the mouth. Unless you happen to be a professional body builder, the workout from lugging the behemoth alone could put you in the hospital.

 

Yes, a bit of an exaggeration but if you've experienced one of the Xaser cases, you realize the chatter above isn't too far off the mark. They really are that big and bulky.

 

So what to do? How about creating a new line of enclosures with the avid gamer in mind? It would have to be lightweight and portable but still include some of those sweet features that have made the Xaser a success.

 

Enter the LANMOTO. We'll dig into the case and see if Thermaltake has managed to come up with another winner, but this time aiming their sights at the gaming community.

 

 

 

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