Summary: The Thermaltake Xaser VI is a huge case with plenty of room for all kinds of hardware. The unique Xaser style is toned down for this latest incarnation, but is still very cutting-edge. The construction and design are excellent, and the list of features on this case is extremely long. The all-aluminum construction keeps the case light-weight, although when filled to the maximum that changes considerably.
Pros: Unique Xaser style, Quality construction, Well thought-out design, Huge size means plenty of room to work in, All aluminum construction, Cable management for hard drives and motherboard, Removable motherboard tray, Three 140mm fans and one 120mm fan included, Large vented areas provide fresh air, Door can be changed to open from either side, Top slides back to access storage tray or optional LCS reservoir, Toolless PCI slots and drive bays, Handy accessories
Cons: High price, Some of the I/O cables may not be long enough for some motherboards
Excerpt: Thermaltake has over the years improved their product line-up immensely in terms of quality and workmanship, but recently there has been some stiff competition trying to steal the enthusiast market sector that they so neatly cornered since 2002 with the advent of the Xaser III Chassis series. It seems however that no matter how strong the competition, Thermaltake is not going to be phased, and has responded with the kind of product we are going to review today.