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|13th November 2004, 12:58||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Thermaltake Circlefire Multi-Media Drive Bay
"I know that as a consumer, I would expect much more from a product that Thermaltake advertises as a "professional multi-media kit". It tries to do too many things, and ends up doing none of them very well. I could only find one online retailer for the Circle Fire, and at $77 CAD ($65 USD) the bang for buck coefficient is quite low, by my estimation.
I've owned Thermaltake products in the past and been very pleased with them, but using the Circle Fire has been a little like admiring a choice '49 Mercury hot rod, then finding a lawn-mower motor under the hood."
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