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    HEXUS.reviews :: Thermaltake Soprano DX chassis

    We're taking a look at a new all-aluminium chassis from Thermaltake, the £85 Soprano DX. Apart from the front door, it looks just like the previous Soprano model. So is this a simple rehash or has Thermaltake done something substantial to improve one of its more popular products?

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    I'm sorry, three lines for an introduction and then a new page! Come on, that's just pathetic. Easy way to the boost the stats I guess but then:

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    Sorry to be like this, but it has to be said.

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    I dont know about you, but whenever i write a report, my introduction gets its own page regardless of how long it is?

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    But this isn't a report is it? Why can't the introduction and the pricing/specs be on the same page as the introduction? That wouldn't make a page too long, and would save needless mouse clicking. I don't think it's an unreasonable request to have pages that are longer than three sentences, do you?

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    well if you're putting the introduction and the pricing/specs on the same page, why not put it all on the same page
    Oh and yes, it looks like a report to me, like all reviews do.

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    my thought on this, is that they took the thermaltake tsunami, nice case

    they then put a new front, and window, and made the armor
    they then put a new front on it and made the soprano

    now they've done this, same thing, but with a metal front, its basically a tsunami...

    what...is...the...point tbh


    and i like the seperate page for the introduction, gives the review a feel of quality

    i like the way hexus reviews are set out tbh, been coming here for a few years now, and i really like the way they're all painstakingly written in the same, laid back, easy to read, but formal way

    good review

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    • lost eden's system
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    When given the choice between this case & a P180 (which both cost around £85) I don't think that too many (sensible) people would opt for the Tt... If I had read the reivew & looked at the picture without having read the pricing, I would have assumed that it was a £50 case.

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    I have the older version of this case(currently used as a foot rest), it was a good case, but only because it cost me £35, £85 for any version of it seems a bit daft tbh.

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