Like so many other companies, Lian Li is packing their bags and getting ready to head to Taipei for Computex. That must however be some pretty big bags in their case as they’ll bring along the two new versions of the desk PC cases as well as the absolutely gorgeous PC-08 tower chassis.
We’ve previously had the pleasure here at eTeknix to review the Lian-Li DK-01 Aluminium Desk Chassis and now Lian Li is ready with the successors. The two new desk-styled PC cases are named the DK-Q2 and DK-03.
The new desk cases are built with a high-quality aluminiums body and tempered glass, both have become somewhat of a standard in Lian Li’s cases, and one can understand why.
The updates on the new models add simplicity to system building, more refined aesthetics and ergonomics. The body is thinner but stronger and it now comes with adjustable legs for that extra bit of comfort. A proper setup workplace is worth a lot.
A removable tray in the center allows for easy building outside of the chassis as well as a beautiful cable management thanks to plenty of space below the tray.
There is plenty of cooling support for both air and liquid cooling enthusiasts as well as front ports for optical drives and similar as well as USB and audio connections.
The PC-O8 on the other hand is a dual-compartment chassis that combines aluminum and tempered glass to show off DIY builders high-end, intricate setups, while hiding cables and less eye-catching components in the large compartment behind the motherboard tray.
We’ll stop by the Lian Li at Computex and make sure to keep you updated on these cases as well as anything else they might have packed as a surprise for us.