Thermaltake Commander MS-I case review

 Thermaltake Commander MS I case review

The Commander MS-I is supplied in a well designed, relatively small cardboard box which foretells that this case will not be as sizable as the high end cases we are used to. The artwork on the box is focused on a picture of the case itself, with a digital picture of a futuristic soldier on the background. Inside the box we found the large tower case protected by two polystyrene foam slabs and wrapped in a nylon bag.

 Thermaltake Commander MS I case review

The bundle of the Commander MS-I case makes it clear that Thermaltake did everything they could to keep the retail price of this product as low as possible. The bundle is extremely Spartan and consists of only the necessary screws, a motherboard speaker, the warranty terms card and a black and white manual.

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 Thermaltake Commander MS I case review

The Commander MS-I is supplied in a well designed, relatively small cardboard box which foretells that this case will not be as sizable as the high end cases we are used to. The artwork on the box is focused on a picture of the case itself, with a digital picture of a futuristic soldier on the background. Inside the box we found the large tower case protected by two polystyrene foam slabs and wrapped in a nylon bag.

 Thermaltake Commander MS I case review

The bundle of the Commander MS-I case makes it clear that Thermaltake did everything they could to keep the retail price of this product as low as possible. The bundle is extremely Spartan and consists of only the necessary screws, a motherboard speaker, the warranty terms card and a black and white manual.

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