Target now stocks Thermaltake’s portfolio of gaming chassis, power supplies and air and liquid coolers.
Thermaltake was established in 1999, opening offices in Taiwan and the US simultaneously. Originally manufacturing air cooling for computer chassis, including the world’s first turbine cooler, the ‘Golden Orb’ – in the last three months alone the manufacturer has won several accolades including an International Design Excellence Award (IDEA) and iF Product Design Awards for three different products.
The manufacturer has since become a recognised gaming brand amongst DIY enthusiasts and currently sponsors several esports teams, producing custom PCs for its players through its Tt eSPORTS division.
“Thermaltake is another fantastic name to add to our roster with a proven pedigree of really high-quality and innovative design. Our customers will benefit from an integrity of pricing that allows for good margins and, most importantly, everyone being on a level playing-field,” commented Martyn Kirby, Target’s head of purchasing.
“I’m sure those who saw the range first-hand at the Open Day in September will agree, Thermaltake’s attention to detail in the design of their products is impressive. But many were surprised how inexpensive they were considering the fantastic build quality.”
Thermaltake’s UK business development manager, Ming Kei Wu, added: “We want Thermaltake to be recognised as the leading gaming brand and Target’s customer base is a great way of achieving that. Their reseller customers, whether independent IT shops or system builders, have a wealth of experience and knowledge that will appreciate a diverse range of products. We’re confident they’ll all be impressed with Thermaltake’s quality and value-for-money.”