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Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : Awardfabrik Date : 2011/06/28

+ Power Supply pre-installed
+ Compact dimensions
+ cheap

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Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : OC Modshop Date : 2010/12/30
The case is well-built, like many of ThermalTake's products, and is pretty easy to work in if you follow common-sense procedures and route everything properly.  The case is rather inexpensive for a mini ITX case, but you don't get any glowing bells and whistles.  There are still a few customization options, such as a custom paint job, and this case is screaming to have a plexiglass window installed in the top (along with a see-through Blu-ray drive cover). <More>



Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : Think Computers Date : 2010/04/13

I find the Element Q to be a typical Thermaltake case. It is well built…sturdy, great fit and finish inside and out, the bezel is tight, and the stealth door works well. I like the design, with good ventilation, great looks, and some extra room inside.

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Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : ProClockers Date : 2010/02/25
The black blends in perfect with a lot of the entertainment devices we all have in our living rooms. The red line just asks to be looked at. <More>



Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : VBC Portal Date : 2010/01/19
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Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : Hardware Bistro Date : 2010/01/14
With 80USD for such mini-ITX chassis + 220W PSU, Thermaltake Element Q isn't that expensive by considering it is still pretty new in the market but it definitely will be another upcoming star just like netbook. <More>



Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : CDRInfo Date : 2009/12/28
Listing the pros we can say that even amateur users will find the installation process very easy and in less than 30mins you can have a complete system up and running. On the other hand, the mini-ATX size limits the usage of this box and its relatively the low retail price would also help it become popular in a specific audience. <More>



Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : VBC Portal Date : 2009/12/09
It's already a very good product in itself, but if you even take in consideration its highly attractive price, this puts it among the best products on the market with regard to value for money. <More>



Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : DinoXPC Date : 2009/12/09
Despite the obvious compromises to which this type of mini-case, we think the Thermaltake ElementQ can satisfy multiple needs of the average user who wants system of maximally reduced size and at the same time, while at the same time not having to sacrifice on the possibility to use a discrete video card on the expansion slot. <More>



Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : Cowcotland Date : 2009/12/04
This new Mini ITX chassis from Thermaltake seems quite interesting throughout. With its sober and quite pretty looks it won’t spoil you desk. The internal space is more than satisfactory, especially as it has two 3.5” bays and a 5.25” bay, that means you don’t need to buy a slim CD/DVD player but can stick with regular ones. <More>



Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : CDRInfo Date : 2009/12/01
All in all, the ElementQ will cover your basic needs when you need to build an HTPC system. The product retails for just $75 so it might be a good option after all. No matter if you choose an ION or Intel solution, make sure that your set up fits the case and the PSU can handle it first. <More>



Element Q VL52021N2E
 
Reviewed by : MetKu Date : 2009/11/06

Thermaltake Element Q is a small and good looking basic case. The installation of the components is very easy and doesn't take much time. The internal 3.5" drive place should have had some dampening on the bottom side as the bottom of the drive isn't really attached anywhere and it can move a bit (maybe 1 mm) horizontally and it might cause some extra noise if the spinning HDD resonates against the holder.

It's good that there is a normal 5.25" drive bay instead of a slim drive place as you could install a third HDD inside the case if needed. There are also all kind of accessories you could use in 5.25" that might come in handy if you're not using an optical drive.

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