Jonsbo Launches TK-1 and TK-2 Cases

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅12.01.2024 22:39:29
Press Release



Introducing the latest offerings from Jonsbo, the TK-1 Micro-ATX and TK-2 Mid Tower cases. Each featuring a dual-bent tempered glass panel, the cases offer a seamless panoramic view into their sleek dual chamber design.



Seamless Views in a Single-panel
Offering two form factors to suit preference, both the TK-1 and TK-2 feature tempered glass panels that have been carefully created to provide a seamless aesthetic in a single glass panel. Featuring two bends in each panel, the panels can mould around the cases, covering the front, side, and rear, to offer a viewpoint from several angles.

Vertical Airflow Design
With a stunning single glass panel wrapping around the top, side, and rear of both the TK-1 and TK-2, Jonsbo has configured the layout of each case to provide vertical airflow. Air is drawn in from the bottom of the cases, creating a wind tunnel that is then exhausted out of the top. The side and rear of each case feature large perforations to encourage better airflow and are complete with a dust filter on the base.

The TK-1 can support up to four 120mm fans, two on the base and two on the top panel, or a 240mm radiator can be installed on the top panel. The TK-2 can support up to nine fans across the top, side, and bottom of the case, or a 360 radiator can be installed on the top and bottom simultaneously. The side of the TK-2 also features two large intake areas, one dedicated to the PSU while the other provides air directly to fans installed at the side of the motherboard.

Interior
Both cases are designed to offer dual chambers, a main chamber and a secondary chamber behind the motherboard, to store the power supply and storage drives. Each case can support an ATX power supply (under 220mm) and 2x 3.5" HDD or 1x 2.5" SSD + 1x 3.5" HDD.

As for the main chamber, the TK-1 can support an ITX or M-ATX motherboard and has four expansion slots, with enough clearance for a full-size GPU up to 280mm in length. The TK-2 can support up to an ATX motherboard and offers seven expansion slots, with enough clearance to support a variety of high-end GPUs (maximum length of 405mm). Each case can also support a CPU cooler up to 165mm tall.

Exterior
The chassis of both the TK-1 and the TK-2 are created from 2.5mm aluminium alloy, and their edges follow the curvature of the dual-bent tempered glass to offer a sleek, rounded finish. For durability, the glass panels arrive with anti-shatter film and thick shock-absorbing rubber O-rings over the mounting holes to minimise damage from any movement. The film-covered glass also provides additional support to the rest of the case. The front I/O of each case features 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, 1x USB 3.0 and 1x headphone/mic jack.

Both the TK-1 and TK-2 are available in black or white.

Pricing and Availability
The Jonsbo TK-1 and TK-2 cases are now available for pre-order at Overclockers UK for 124.99 and 179.99, respectively.



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