Introduction the Thermaltake Armor Revo Snow Edition PC Tower
I have been in PC hardware for some time now. And during that time I have seen some real classics in every area. Cases are one component that definitely comes to mind. I am sure many of you can name several case classics. These classics come from several different companies. One classic that came from Thermaltake was the Armor. The Armor was a tank of a case and at the time had all the features one would want in a case. Over time we see these classics resurface. And that is just what Thermaltake did with the Armor re-inventing it as the Armor Revo.
The Armor Revo is a modern take on the original sporting the same double hinged panels just like the older brother. But the new Revo comes in two flavors: black and white and has many of the features that we have seen in the Chasers, Overseer and several other cases we have seen from Thermaltake in the past few months. But are these newly added features enough to make the Revo a classic? We will try to answer that question here today.
Thermaltake’s take on the Armor Revo
Thermaltake Armor Revo is a revolutionary chassis that unite the current gaming trend with one of Thermaltake symbolic chassis – the Armor. The Armor Revo is a full-tower equipped with wing shaped aluminum front bezel, breath light effect, USB 3.0, top-mounted HDD docking station, advance cable management, tool-free bay designs, combat headset holder, and heightened foot stand. More, ARMOR REVO will support VGAs up to 33cm long and is designed to be liquid cooling ready.