Scientists and doctors in the world seem to be constantly evaluating genetics and discovering new information. It was not that long ago that they were attempting to catalog the entire genome with the human genome project. That was completed in 2003 and required a massive amount of computing power to accomplish that goal. It is pretty amazing what they can do with this information. With a simple blood sample, an evaluation can be done to indicate risk factors for cancer and many other diseases. Even with pregnancy, they run tests to see the likelihood that a child would be born with genetic problems, such as Down syndrome.
For some reason, the testing and medical techniques that are being developed from genetics still seems very science fiction. Who is to say that this better understanding of genetics is not going to encourage scientists to work on altering genes to correct defects or possibly even splice other specie's genes into the human genome and create a new human? In a sense, you can look at genetic engineering becoming as big as engineering mechanical items. Regardless, computing power is going to continue to be in demand and, for many users, this has to start with a vessel to hold the electronic components.
The Thermaltake Armor Revo Gene is a mid-tower case targeted at mainstream users. Thermaltake designed the Armor Revo Gene with aggressive styling, including aluminum wings on the front bezel, large feet to raise it off the ground, and LED logo in the top front with a breathing effect. The Revo Gene supports up to four 5.25” external devices, one external 3.5” drive, and five internal 3.5” or 2.5” devices. The top of the case also has a 3.5” or 2.5” hard drive dock for quickly accessing a bare hard drive. The cooling system is robust and includes a front 200mm fan, rear 120mm fan, and top 200mm. There are also optional fan mounting locations on the side for a 200mm fan and bottom for a 120mm fan. The headset holder on the side of the case is one more feature making the Revo Gene ready for battle.