Thermaltake DH-202 HTPC Case is hung up on its looks

by Rafael Hernandez on April 28, 2010 · 0 comments

HTPC cases run the gamut from basic and bare looks to over-the-top which can become a bit distracting when it doesn’t exactly mesh with the rest of your home theater gear.

The Thermaltake DH-202 HTPC Case would, seemingly, fit in quite nicely with its added 7-inch LCD display up front acting as much as a gadget fiend’s favorite piece of eye-candy as a functional system information panel. techPowerUp has the review:

Taking a closer look at the front area, we have the 7″ display on the left side, along with the IR receiver and the power bottom on the left edge. You will also find two USB 2.0 connectors along with a Firewire and the usual pair of audio connectivity on this side. The other half of the front is filled with the volume dial, the array of buttons to control the information shown on the display. On the bottom edge you will find the 4 port card reader, which should accept all major formats.

A healthy dose of ports and full ATX motherboard support should make it a popular choice.

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