Thermaltake introduced the Soprano VX back in 2006 with a $60 price tag and it was a pretty good little mid-tower case. It had simple styling and was feature-packed, for 2006. It also had a sleek piano black coating on the front panel that set it apart from the rest. The Soprano RS 101 came shortly thereafter in 2008, also with a $60 introductory price tag, and was available with or without a side panel window and had a sleek front door with the same piano black coating. It’s now been about 5 years since the folks at Thermaltake have redesigned the Soprano but it’s finally here. It’s simply called “New Soprano” and is a completely redesigned ATX mid-tower that is packed full of features – all for $117.72 shipped. The Thermaltake New Soprano is available in two forms, a stark contrast of white exterior against black interior (VO900M6N2N) or a full black exterior and interior (VO900M1N2N). minimal furnishings, lightings and brushed metal accents enhance the visual amenity for a sleek and professional office or home environment.
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