Lian Li has just announced the PC-V1000L Special Edition full tower chassis. This brushed aluminum chassis features a ventilated front providing high airflow while featuring the high-end versatile tool-less designs for which Lian Li is known.
Lian-Li today announces the release of a new brushed aluminum full tower chassis – PC-V2130. The update of the popular PC-V2120, the PC-V2130 improves on the design by adding extensive water cooling support, a more versatile HDD system, enhanced cable management.
Lian Li has just announced a new case in their vast lineup, the PC-Q01. This new brushed aluminum case is designed for small office / home environments and features a tool-lessly removable L-shaped cover that makes installations effortless in space-confined ITX systems.
In the weeks leading up to Computex we talked about Lian Li’s new desk cases and now they are here. At Computex this week Lian Li is showing the DK-01X, DK-02X and DK-Q1X cases. These cases are definitely unique, but will for sure put a dent in your wallet!
Lian Li has just released two new cases, the single system DK-01X and the dual-system DK02X. Both cases are constructed of aluminum and their hybrid design allows DIY builders to install a full computer inside of show off their hardware creations through the tempered glass desktops.
Lian Li has just announced that it will be showcasing three different versions of its desk chassis, plus 7 new cases this year at Computex in Taipei from June 3rd to June 7th. Lian Li will be at booth #D0629A Hall 1 at the World Trade Center.
Back in January Lian Li has unveiled their DK01 Desk Chassis. Since then they have made many improvements and optimizations. Following feedback from CeBIT, Lian Li will be releasing the finalized version soon.
It seems like we are going to see another one of their experiments now but this time around the company has made use of emerging form-factor, desk-type chassis, chassis that doubles up as your desk.
We recently saw pictures of the new case’s prototype which were revealed by Lian Li and it seems that the plan of the new all-aluminum, wide-form ATX mid-tower case is not concluded as yet, and the organization is looking for reaction from PC users out there.