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8.9 out of 10

Thermaltake Soprano

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Overall 9
9.0

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 . The solid construction of this chassis creates an upgrading or installation experience that’s free of frustration. Our only complaint with the case, if you can really call it that, is that it lacks pizazz.
  • 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 shapes;  they easily standout from the rest of the market.
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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. The Soprano RS 101 came shortly thereafter in 2008, also with a $60 introductory price tag, and was available with or without a side panel window and had a sleek front door with the same piano black coating.
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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 the same.  Even hotkeys have become standard, with most keyboards having hotkeys for internet, email and volume at the least.
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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. The construction is solid and the keys are nice and quiet but are also a bit closer together than what you'd find on a standard keyboard.
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Expert Review

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

MVKTech
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 décor or office environment. Everything about this case was easy and enjoyable.
  • 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
8.3

Review: Thermaltake Soprano

PC Authority
7 April 2013

Thermaltake New Soprano

hardzone.es
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 la CPU de sus equipos. Con el paso del tiempo, han crecido tanto el grupo de usuarios a los que provee la empresa, así como el rango de productos de la misma.
  • 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

iXBT.com
12 June 2010
  • Summary: Что можно сказать хорошего о данном корпусе? Достаточно качественная внешняя отделка, неплохое качество изготовления, эффективная, но шумноватая в номинальном режиме, система вентиляции. К минусам можно отнести конструктивные недостатки, связанные с безвинтовым креплением устройств, несъемную конструкцию корзины для жестких дисков, оригинальную схему запирания передней панели, скорее, тоже можно отнести к минусам, чем к плюсам данного корпуса.
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