Unfortunately, it also offered a revolutionary price.
Thermaltake took some of what made the original Level 10 great, and scaled it back a bit to come up with the Level 10 GT. The GT is clearly a take off of the original Level 10, but it doesn’t have the same sophistication.
That’s not a bad thing, however, because it also doesn’t have the same price.
The new Level 10 GT will run $280, and for the money, you’ll get a 28 pound, Micro ATX case along with six built-in USB ports, an eSATA port and HD audio in. Those two USB 3.0 ports and the eSATA are located right at the top for easy access.
Given the odd shape of the Level 10 GT, Thermaltake was kind enough to list max CPU cooler and GPU lengths on their specs page (190mm and 360mm, respectively).
In all, the Level 10 GT looks sharp. Not as sharp as the original, but part of good design includes bringing it to the masses. If you’re looking to give your next build a high-text feel while keeping it classy, the Level 10 GT is the perfect fit.