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Thermaltake Soprano
8.7 out of 10

Thermaltake Soprano

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Overall 9

Thermaltake New Soprano Review

maximum pc
14 February 2013
  • Excerpt: Finding a chassis that successfully combines practical noise dampening, useful features, and cooling can be a bit of a needle in the haystack sometimes—but in this case (pardon the pun), that’s Thermaltake ’s New Soprano .
  • Pros: Good cooling; great soundproofing; mostly easy installation; slick aesthetics.
  • Cons: Expansion slots a little fussy with thumbscrews; case isn’t extraordinarily “flashy.”
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Thermaltake New Soprano Case Review

Hi Tech Legion
5 February 2013
  • Summary: Thermaltake has never been known for understated and elegant designs until perhaps their collaboration with BMW, which resulted in the Level 10 case.  Usually, Thermaltake cases are non-conventional and “loud”, not in terms of fan audibility but in terms of bright LED lighting choices and non-linear...
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Thermaltake New Soprano Case Review

Legit Reviews
4 December 2012
  • Excerpt: Thermaltake introduced the Soprano VX back in 2006 with a $60 price tag and it was a pretty good little mid-tower case. It had simple styling and was feature-packed, for 2006. It also had a sleek piano black coating on the front panel that set it apart from the rest.
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Expert Review

Techware Labs
28 July 2009
  • Excerpt: Thermaltake is a name we usually associate with a chassis, power supply or cooling system.  When considering buying a keyboard, most don’t think about Thermaltake.  Choosing a keyboard is non-trivial, with little differentiation between one keyboard and the next, since the button layout is generally...
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Expert Review

Tweak News
12 December 2008
  • Excerpt: The Soprano is a great keyboard for general internet surfing, email and occasional document preparation. If a larger, classier version of a laptop keyboard sounds appealing to you, then it will be a welcome addition to your home office setup for years to come.
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Expert Review

28 February 2005
  • Summary: - 120mm fans cut down on noise - Reasonable price - Looks nice
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Thermaltake Soprano Mid-Tower Case

25 February 2005
  • Summary: Right out of the box Soprano was a big hit with us, as soon as we noticed the style and beauty of the Soprano we knew this case was a keeper. Further-more upon inspecting the clean and carefully laid out interior, we come to the conclusion that case is going to be a nice addition to anyone’s home...
  • Pros: Clean - excellent design, very sleek and sexy, Tool-Free installation of components, Transparent side panel window (Optional), Spacious interior with plenty of room, Very good airflow with three included fans, Anti-theft locking side panel and front door
  • Cons: Front Bezel "Mirror-Coating" is a magnet for finger prints, Tool-Free locking device is not dual slot VGA friendly
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Overall 8

Review: Thermaltake Soprano

PC Authority
11 March 2010

Thermaltake New Soprano

21 January 2013
  • Excerpt: Thermaltake es una compañía californiana del sector informático, especializada en la investigación y desarrollo de dispositivos de refrigeración para equipos informáticos. El mercado inicial de la compañía estaba limitada principalmente a entusiastas del hardware informático, deseosos de overclokear...
  • Pros: Queremos agradecer a Thermaltake y a Atlas Informática por habernos suministrado la muestra necesaria para la realización de este análisis.
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Thermaltake Soprano Aluminium Keyboard - srdečné pozdravy z Humpolce

26 February 2010
  • Excerpt: Druhým nejčastějším materiálem, který je používán na povrchu počítačových klávesnic, je hliník. A my se ani nedivíme, protože vypadá moc pěkně, jak už se ostatně přesvědčíme zanedlouho.
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