Thermaltake Mid-Tower Chassis Has Integrated SATA HDD Dock
The company's newest mid-tower is a real winner: the V9 BlacX Edition. It's the world's first mid-tower chassis to have an integrated dual-bay docking station right in the front, which allows for easy swapping of 2.5" and 3.5" SATA hard drives. If you've ever had a spare HDD just laying around, but found it too difficult to fully install on the inside of a case just to check for a lost file, this is your answer. A number of SATA HDD docks have shipped in the past year, but those require USB connections along with power ports; this solution is fully integrated, and it's something we wish all cases offered.
The case even has a blue-coded USB port on the front for signifying that USB 3.0 is present, and the magic doesn't stop on the outside. The case also offers 10 storage bays and 7 PCI expansion slots, so even those with more peripherals than can be easily counted should be okay here. The case is expected to ship in August for $99, which is a steal given that integrated docking station alone.