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.
Lian Li is preparing a brand new all-aluminum mini tower that has been tagged with the model number PC-V358. The case has official dimension of 324 (W) x 286 (H) x 390 (D) mm, it weighs 4.2 kg. The case will support micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards.
A new mid tower chassis has been released by the Lian Li Industrial Co. the chassis has been formed with brushed aluminum and offers a side mounted radiator support. There is a hinged bracket for the placement of the radiator on this new mid tower chassis which have been tagged as the PC-10N. This hinge supports radiators of 240 mm which can be placed in by do it yourselfers.
Lian Li has announced the release of their latest full tower case the PC-A79. This case supports HPTX, E-ATX, XL-ATX, ATX, and Micro-ATX motherboards and has a removable motherboard tray to make installation even easier. The case is fully made of Aluminum and is available in both black and silver versions.
A number of chassis from Lian Li were displayed at Computex 2013, but one of the chassis really stood out from the entire range and it is the upcoming PC-V360. What we have come know by having a look at the chassis that there is a mounting spot right in front of the motherboard, which will pack in the 240mm radiator.
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, just today announced a brand new brushed aluminum mid tower chassis with side mounted radiator support called the PC-10N. In addition to allowing for a 240 mm radiator to be placed on a hinged bracket, the PC-10N misses the traditional motherboard tray, and in its place put into service a railing mounts design for maximum thermal performance and improved cable management.