Thermaltake Element Q Mini-ITX Chassis Reviewed (again…?)

Thermaltake’s latest offering has been reviewed again. If you still don’t know it is compact and power-efficient. The unit’s small size and low power consumption are key features, although its minimalist design allows for limited expansion, and there is only enough room to fit an Mini-ITX board. However, few features help to keep the cost down: at $64.99 at, the Element Q is a steal.

The low price should not mislead prospective purchasers – the careful design and attention to detail on the unit is clear, whilst the most is made of limited space to provide connectivity (an I/O panel on the front opens to reveal two USB 2.0 ports and a microphone and headphones jack).

The chassis features a 5.25” optical slot, and an options for an internal 3.5” drive or hard drive. The power supply is compact and fits neatly inside the unit. In all, a carefully-designed, functional product. For the full review, see Tweaktown.

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