PC case and cooling purveyor Cooltek announced this week its newest case, the TG-01. This chassis' release marks the company's entry into the tempered-glass chassis market. Besides the now-common glass panel on the left side of the case, the TG-01 offers a front panel with a tempered-glass sheet sitting in front of three LED-lit fans.
The case is available in red, blue, and green LED-lit editions, or as an RGB LED-lit version with a color-and-effects controller sitting next to the power button. Alongside those buttons, the front panel includes two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a USB 2.0 connector, and a set of audio jacks.
Inside, Cooltek has split the case into two isolated areas. The lower portion houses the power supply and a tool-less HDD cage hiding beneath a steel cover, in an arrangement that Cooltek says ought to improve cooling. The main drive cage has room for two 3.5" drives, and two 2.5" SSDs can be installed alongside the motherboard. Despite being a relatively compact mid-tower case, the TG-01 can still handle graphics cards up to 14.6" (37 cm), CPU coolers up to 160-mm tall, and a 240-mm radiator behind the front panel.
The TG-01 should be available now at European retailers. The red, green, and blue editions of the case go for 50€ a piece (about $53), while the RGB LED version will run you up 55€ (or about $58).
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