Case design has taken several tacks in recent years. One common type of case is the Mid-Tower ATX case with two side panels a front and rear and a top section. Another case design has emerged in the Home Theater PC design with everything on its side to fit in a limited vertical space. Hardware enthusiasts, on the other hand, have taken to modding their cases to look like their favorite TV show, their favorite car, their favorite comic book superhero and too many other choices to list here.
Traditional case manufacturers have produced Limited Edition and airbrushed cases that look fantastic. Thermaltake is one of those manufacturers that design cases, Power Supplies and other computer related equipment. Last year they introduced an interesting case design at Cebit 2009 called the Level 10. This is a case that is not for the faint of heart, as it retails online today for $849, but today’s review should be interesting as it was designed in conjunction with the engineers at BMW, makers of a fine line of automobiles. Let’s see what it’s all about shall we?