Thermaltake released the first iteration of the Level 10 GT case in January 2011. The case had one of the most unique appearances of a mass production case at the time it was released, and it still looks great. The next iteration of the Level 10 GT, the Battle Edition, will be released this Spring. The Battle Edition features a camouflage design on the inside and outside of the case, following the design pattern of military clothing. Thermaltake hopes that this design will help to attract gamers that enjoy military based games such as the Call of Duty and Battlefield series. The case comes in at a weight of 28 pounds and is a full tower form factor. The case has mount points for three 200mm fans, one 140mm fan, and one 120mm fan. The case can accommodate four 5.25" drives and six 3.5" drives. The case is rounded out with two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, one eSATA, and one HD Audio port on the front I/O panel.