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Thursday, 08 January 2009 13:59

Lian Li announces a new PC-A03 micro-ATX/Mini-ITX case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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A lot of features for a small case

Lian Li
has announced a new case that features support for those small micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motheboards, the PC-A03.

The new PC-A03 is nothing like the tall, expensive and hotel inspired PC-888 case that was announced yesterday, but we are confident that it should appeal to those that would like to have a solid, simple and elegant case for their small HTPC micro ATX motherboards.

The case measures 18.8 x 368 x 447mm (WxHxD) and features two 5.25-inch and one 3.5-inch drive bays, an anti-vibration HDD cage for up to three internal 3.5-inch hard drives, inverted motherboard tray, support for graphics cards up to 390mm long, intake and exhaust blue LED fans and anti-vibration clips that prevent side panel vibrations.

The case is already available and the suggested retail price stands at US $99 without VAT.

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