Thermaltake Chaser A31 Review

Editor: David Mitchelson  Date: 07-02-13   5 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
Introduction


Product on Review: Chaser A31 (VP300A1W2N)
Manufacturer and Sponsor: Thermaltake
Street Price: £65-75 / $120 (At time of review)

We’re already into the second month of 2013 and Thermaltake haven’t been holding back with their product launches, but one particular series has certainly remained almost dormant for over a year and a half. Thermaltake’s Chaser series arrived on the scene with a spectacular production, we really liked the Chaser MK-1 and have been waiting to see what other developments this range would bring. After certain success, the cooling giants are back with their next instalment to this exciting series; enter the Chaser A31.

Chaser A31 is a mid-tower computer chassis with distinct characteristics. Thermaltake have decided to opt for a middle of the road approach to styling with this new release, choosing to entertain both gamer and enthusiast alike. Both camps will appreciate what this case has to offer, and both camps should be satisfied by the generous features A31 promises to deliver.



Thermaltake on Chaser A31
The new Thermaltake Chaser A31 gaming case designed for computer gamers and enthusiasts that deliver a combination of cooling, performance and expandability any full tower features within this ultra-mean case. It has an e-sports appearance and outstanding protection designs that characterize a unique personality. Take a look at the side, the transparent windowed panel offers the best inner view for built system see through. Since gaming hardware produces a lot of heat, therefore this enclosure is built for maximum cool with a perforated front bezel with two 120 mm fans at front and rear. The two USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports are located on front panel for faster data transfer and easy access. There's even an user friendly tray on top for mobile, mp3player, digital camera have lying around. The Chaser A31 is maximally customizable to fit user’s needs; the modular design lets you modify the placement of the front fans and hard drive cages. Get ready to be envied at the next LAN party.


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