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CES 2014: A Tour of Thermaltake’s Suite at CES 2014

Posted on January 8, 2014 1:59 PM by Rob Williams
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Bad weather saw to it that we’d be unable to make it to CES this year, which means we’ve been unable to snap a single photo of anything at the event. However, there’s an upside: Some companies have done the grunt work for us, such as Thermaltake. So, I’d like to share some of those photos to give you a taste of what it’s like to be at CES, visiting a suite near the top of an enormous hotel in Las Vegas.

Thermaltake CES 2014 Suite

The photos we were supplied with weren’t that large, so none of these images can be clicked to see an enlarged version (with the exception of the above shot).

While Thermaltake offers close to a billion different product lines (give or take), it’s the eSPORTS lineup I love checking-out first. No surprise, it had a major focus in Tt’s suite.

Tt eSPORTS at CES 2014

Tt eSPORTS Gaming Keyboards at CES 2014

(left to right) Tt eSPORTS Balmus and Poseidon X mechanical keyboards

Tt eSPORTS Gaming Mice at CES 2014

Tt eSPORTS Dota2 super-team Team DK Collection

(left to right) Tt eSPORTS CRONOS AD and CRONOS Go gaming headsets

Tt eSPORTS VERTO Gaming headset

Thermaltake had its current chassis line-up on display, including a bunch that were decked out with some great-looking hardware.

Thermaltake Urban T81 cases with air cooling and liquid cooling system, also Luna fan

Thermaltake Core V71 cases with air cooling and liquid cooling system_1

Thermaltake Core V71 cases with air cooling and liquid cooling system, also Luna fan _2

Thermaltake Urban Case Series_1

Thermaltake Urban Case Series_2

It appears that Thermaltake might have only had its NiC lineup covering the CPU cooler duties.

Thermaltake NIC Air Cooling Series

Its power supplies had a better presence; there was even a screen showing-off the monitoring capabilities of the company’s new Toughpower DPS line.

Thermaltake PSU series

Thermaltake Toughpower DPS is an innovative fully digital- controlled power supply with DPS software

Finally, Thermaltake’s LUXA2 brand also had a number of new products on display.

LUXA2 at CES 2014

LUXA2 Power Solutions

It goes without saying that some of the products seen here will hit our review bench at some point over the next couple of months. Of most interest to me might be the POSEIDON Z Illuminated mechanical keyboard – I’m a sucker for a standard form-factor and bling in the form of backlighting, what can I say?

What areĀ you most interested in?


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