Thermaltake Release The Lanbox Lite

"The release of LANBOX redefined the true meaning of small form factor and portable PC market ushering in a new generation of mobile power gaming PC"

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 02/04/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Thermaltake

Official Press Release

Official Press Release

The release of LANBOX redefined the true meaning of small form factor and portable PC market ushering in a new generation of mobile power gaming PC. Today, Thermaltake is broadening the flexibility of LANBOX series chassis by introducing LANBOX Lite that allows user from different market segment to take full advantage of all the great features found on LANBOX.

The mirror-finish found on LANBOX Lite exhibits extraordinary elegance along with steel meshed front bezel design for greater thermal performance. In addition, the LANBOX Lite inherits LANBOX spirit. Unlike tower chassis, small form factor PC often lacks sufficient cooling capability or expandability to allow enthusiasts to build a capable gaming machine.

Designed from the ground up, LANBOX Lite is a fully modular chassis where all components may be removed from the body for easier installation. Everything from Motherboard Tray to 5.25” Bay Drive cage can be easily removed with a twist of the thumb screws. Thermal engineering played an equally important part when designing the LANBOX Lite.

Today’s most high-end graphic cards or processor often requires added cooling and high-wattage power supply in order to operate at their maximum capability. Before, gaming enthusiasts that opted to build a small form factor PC were limited to mid-end graphic card or processor that resulted in mediocre performance.

Today, LANBOX Lite enables the use of standard Micro ATX motherboard, most high-end CPU, powerful graphic card and even a standard full-size PSU; the result, a small form factor PC that is equally powerful as full sized PC. LANBOX Lit is the ultimate chassis solution for your high-efficiency small form factor PC.

Read more on the Lanbox Lite here

Tt Lanbox Lite

Tt Lanbox Lite

Not a half bad looking case really...now if they'd only stop plastering Tt all over it.

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01-04-2007, 06:12:47

Mr. Smith
Do you have what it takes? Chaos!

Linky

01-04-2007, 07:00:42

Ham
Holey ****. I spose theyre going slow eonough to be able to pull that off though. Can you imagin trying that on the M4?

01-04-2007, 07:10:29

Dav0s
i imagine it wd be easier on the m4, at least the m4 has lanes, that was crazy!

01-04-2007, 07:14:17

nathan

i imagine it wd be easier on the m4, at least the m4 has lanes, that was crazy!



thats what it was like in cairo, the taxi drivers are dangerous!!!! they just dont care. Could you imagine the M1 being like that in england :p

01-04-2007, 07:48:17

Jim
OMG. I think i'd use the zebra crossing tbh. :p

01-04-2007, 16:39:01

browney
Madness I think I would rather dig a tunnel :S

01-04-2007, 18:35:57

mVp24
Meh it's kinda fun and not that hard. Whenever we go to India to visit dad's family, we go shopping and sight seeing a lot.

That includes crossing lots of roads :D

But really the drivers in India ae very alert and out of all 6 times I've visited there, I've never seen once accident.

When I was younger I used to be very very veryyy afraid of the streets in India, but now they aren't that bad when you just calmly assess the traffic :D

01-04-2007, 18:48:28

Toxcity
LMAO!
That is suicidal! Those bikes got stoopidly close. :D
When it asked me about "am I 18" I thought it was going to be someone getting ran over.. :(
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