Today at CES, Leo stopped by at the Thermaltake booth to check out the latest developments- including another look at the Level 20 series of cases and plenty of RGB.
Watch the video via our VIMEO Channel (Below) or over on YouTube at 2160p HERE
This year, Thermaltake is launching its own custom liquid cooling kits complete with your choice of either hard or soft tubing. We got a closer look at it in the video above with some thoughts from Leo, but for our full breakdown, you should check out the news coverage we published HERE.
Beyond that, we have also spent some time checking out Thermaltake’s new WaterRAM this week. We have a review and a giveaway live. If WaterRAM isn’t really your thing but you like the RGB, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Thermaltake is launching its own RAM shroud with RGB LEDs, which will clip on to any memory you might have and give it that premium finish.
Thermaltake’s RGB Plus software is expanding even further, with support for controlling lights on most major brands at this point, in addition to Thermaltake’s own products. Recently, TT has added support for Razer, TEAMGROUP and ViewSonic RGB products. The RGB Plus ecosystem includes a slew of hardware, from RGB power supplies and RAM, to GPUs, CPU coolers, waterblocks, peripherals, LED strips and more. With RGB Plus, changes in lighting can even be controlled via voice commands on iOS, Android and Amazon Alexa.
We’ll be checking out more Thermaltake gear as the year goes on, so stay tuned for more.
KitGuru Says: Thermaltake might take the crown for the most RGB we’ve seen at CES so far. Be sure to check out the full video from Leo above for a closer look at everything on show.