Given that it has been almost 10 years since we first saw the Thermaltake Level 10 case in Taipei in 2009, it seems fitting that the Level 20 is finally upon us a decade later and is being celebrated at Computex. Thermaltake has kept the original feel of the Level 10, but of course shoehorned a bunch of new features into the case, and I have to say I like the looks of it. The Level 10 was originally designed by BMW. The Level 20 keeps its compartmentalized approach, which has gotten a lot more popular in the last few years, and can we get a big "Thank TT!" for getting us four USB 3 up front along with a Type C port as well? Pics. Back in 2010, a $700 PC case was unheard of, and it sure got a lot of folks excited, including us. You can check out the old unboxing video below, with a bunch of pictures here. The Level 10 lived on a good while, and you can see the reviews of the Level 10 GT here, and the Level 10 Battle Eidtion here. We actually used the original Level 10 for about 5 years and it did us well. Video. Featuring a gaming oriented design with architectural aesthetics, the aluminum-made Level 20, utilizes an aerodynamic trio chamber structure to achieve ventilation and space management optimization. The Three hinged swing-doors are made with premium-quality 4mm thick tempered glass windows that provide durability and superb viewing capability. The Level 20 is installed with latest USB 3.1 Type-C port to provide 10Gb/s of transmission speed. Furthermore the Level 20 has three built in Riing Plus 14 RGB Fans, two Lumi Plus LED Strips and one Riing Plus Digital Controller, which controlled by TT RGB PLUS Software, allowing users to custom control fan speeds and lighting effects. Compatible with the latest PC hardware, AIO and DIY liquid cooling solutions, the commemorative Level 20 delivers not just an unprecedented design but also jaw dropping performance.