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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 13:20

Lian Li outs the most exotic PC case ever

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Cebit 2010: Spider like


Lian Li's PC-T1R chassis is really unique in its design and its form. It looks like a big, dangerous spider which can house a mATX mainboard, hard drive, optical drive, PSU etc.

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But, it is just a real PC case with everything you can find on standard case. Even an On/Off switch is provided, but the rest of the package is just bonkers.

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If you want to buy something unique and to impress your friends the PC-T1 is a good choice. It will be available in red and black color for about €150.

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In addition, Lian Li introduced its first PC case with USB 3.0. As you can see from the picture below, the spider theme is present here, too. If you don't like it, you can order it with standard panel. Lian Li PC-8FU measures 210 x 460 x 490 mm (B x H x T) and it weighs about 5.8kg thanks to its all aluminum design. It can house ATX or mATX motherboards, it has 6 internal 3.5-inch drive bays, 3 external 5.25-drive bays and it has two USB 3.0  ports on the top panel.

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