ThermalRock Eclipse

Written by John Chen    Monday, 20 June 2005 11:00
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The first main product release from ThermalRock is the Circle case, which in my opinion is one of the best cases I've ever worked with.  The Circle case provided sturdiness, plenty of room to work with, and stylish looks.  Of course aesthetics is a personal judgment and not an actual indication of overall quality for a case, but I love the way it looks.  Then again, I'm one of those people who love classy and sleek products, like entertainment systems from B&O.  While the ThermalRock Circle is one of my favorite cases, it's not perfect.  It has flaws here and there.  A couple of the major flaws of the Circle case are the weight and size, due to the large tower ATX build and steel construction.  It's perfectly fine for an enthusiast not on the go very often or doesn't change hardware every week, but it can become annoyingly painful when attending LAN parties.

For those who dig the look of the Circle but want something smaller, ThermalRock's newest creation looks like a promising solution.