titleWe try to make it out to as many LAN’s as possible every year on top of our own events. Because of that we have had a strong interest in finding different ways to make packing up your rig to make going to LAN’s easier. In the past we have taken a look at the difference between a SFF build and a laptop, looked at ways to pack your peripherals, and even a SFF build for my wife. The SFF build for my wife has been perfect, but none of our solutions have helped her be able to pack everything up easily and carry it all into a LAN in one trip. Thermaltake’s new dragon bag lets you pack everything but your PC in it, including your monitor. Finally a way to cut those loading and unloading trips down to one!


Product Name: Thermaltake Battle Dragon Bag

Review Sample Provided by: Thermaltake

Review by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes





Polyester & Nylon

Maximum Weight



35cm (W) x 57cm (L) x 25cm (H)

Break it down

The design of the Battle Dragon Bag is that of a large messenger bag. The bag is made of Plyester and Nylon and is black in color on the exterior other than a little red trim. You have two large pouches on the front of the bag with the left pouch having another pocket on its front.

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Here is a good view of the logo on the front of the bag along with the pocket I spoke about before.

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Along with being a messenger style bag the front of the bag actually has a heavy duty handle on the front, perfect if you want to carry it length wise. Here you can also see the TT e-sports logo.

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Up top you can see a second carrying handle. This top section has a zipper all along the red trim and opens up into the main compartment where you can put your keyboard and monitor. You can see where the shoulder strap attaches along the top and you can also see the two support straps with adjustable clips.

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Those adjustable clips and straps are what make up most of the strength of the Battle Dragon, without those straps the zippers would not be able to hold everything together.

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The back of the bag looks inconspicuous enough, but has a zipper that goes all the way around, I wonder what they have in store now.

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Apparently the Battle Dragon Bag doubles as a transformer on the weekends, Thermaltake has tucked in the bag an entire backpack configuration. This should free up both arms for lugging around your PC when needed.

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Inside there is red all over! You have three padded sections with the middle of the two sections having two dividers to help keep your components from banging into each other.

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Here is a glimpse into the two front pouches. When combined with the interior they total up to more than enough space to pack all of your needed goodies for a LAN and even leave room to bring your swag and prizes home after it’s all said and done.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #21126 28 Nov 2011 23:54
We put it to use at Nexus and again at Adams get together this past weekend. Read more about it
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Plague replied the topic: #21132 29 Nov 2011 03:44
that was a great review, I was about ready to buy it when I saw the issue with the high res monitor, that stopped me. Guess I need to get a new monitor sometime LOL.
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #21134 29 Nov 2011 04:13
you have a 16:10 monitor also?

I used it this weekend and have no intention of taking any of the stuff out of it now. I'm ready to LAN it up at a moments notice :D
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Plague replied the topic: #21142 29 Nov 2011 06:27

garfi3ld wrote: you have a 16:10 monitor also?

Ya, I have a 5 year old Dell Ultra Sharp 24in 1920x1200

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