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Old 29th August 2006, 10:17   #1
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Default Thermaltake releases Mozart TX - Free Standing Home Entertainment Center

Thermaltake Technology, the number one choice for PC DIY enthusiasts worldwide, had released a revolutionary concept of Home Entertainment Center this year – the Mozart TX. At the 2006 CeBIT show at Hannover, Germany, the Mozart TX stole the hearts of many enthusiasts and visitors worldwide. At the same time, the Mozart TX announced to the world that the era of gaming system plus home theater has arrived.


Kenny Lin, the President of Thermaltake Technology emphasizes that “A product inspired by good innovational concept can improve the living standard at any time. Consumers should not need to worry about things that should simply be working as intended, because Thermaltake will be providing a perfect solution at all costs.”

The current home theatre systems in the market only take into consideration the ability to play movies and listen to music and ignore the gaming factor for the enthusiasts. On the other hand, there are a group of minimalists thriving for the smallest home theatre system, but often overlook the importance of the system’s multimedia nature and heat dissipation. Another problem with small home theatre chassis is its lack of expandability. The small chassis will limit possibilities of adding performance cards and other peripherals when needed in the future.

In order to prevent the aforementioned problems, Thermaltake Technology introduces the Mozart TX, the world’s first free standing cube tower chassis. The chassis can fit in living rooms, bedrooms, study rooms, or offices perfectly. No matter where one places the Mozart TX, it will remain looking like an elegant piece of art. The Mozart TX can save approximately 30% floor space due to its efficient design, anywhere, anytime. As far as performance counts, the Mozart TX is a Home Entertainment Center incorporating multimedia functions as well as gaming needs. Another unique function of the Mozart TX is that two independent motherboards can be installed into the chassis to form a combined ATX / BTX and Mini ITX dual computer system. The world’s first 7” drive bay design accommodate a retractable 7” LCD monitor while a reserved window is designed for VFD display which enable the Mozart TX to be controlled through a remote.

Focusing on the high performance nature of the Mozart TX, Thermaltake Technology implemented the Independent Thermal Chamber technology to efficiently dissipate any thermal waste produced from high performance computer systems. Supporting a high amount of silent fans and liquid cooling system, the Mozart TX excels at heat dissipation while achieving low noise. Even if both systems within the Mozart TX are running at full load, the noise level of the system will not be bothersome. The reduction of noise level satisfy one of the primary needs of a home theatre system and goes to show how Thermaltake is dedicated towards combining technology and everyday lives.

Computer systems are no longer simple utilities used for work; it is becoming an essential part of our lives. It is one of the major sources of leisure entertainment and relaxation. Upgrading computer systems from simple personal computing systems to a Home Entertainment Center is the primary purpose of the Mozart TX. Incorporating a Mozart TX into your home will instantly upgrade your living standard and satisfy all kinds of digital entertainment. It is Thermaltake’s wish for our consumers to live in an overall more comfortable, entertaining, and simply better environment.
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