Lian Li to release ten cases before Computex

Posted on Saturday, Apr 12 2008 @ 13:23 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Bit Tech just published news that Lian Li is to release ten new cases before Computex in June - these include the PC-A20, PC-A7110, PC-A7010, PC-C36, PC-C37, X2000, V2020, V1010 and more:
"Of the cases we saw during our visit to the company’s offices in Keelung City in the North East of Taiwan, there were a few that really caught our eyes.

First of all, the company’s new home theatre cases—the PC-C36 and PC-C37—look promising with some interesting new ideas. One complaint that Lian Li said it had from its previous HTPC cases was the support bar across the middle – it was fixed in place.

With these two new designs, the bar is removable, which will definitely make the installation process a lot easier. There are other enhancements too – both feature a small PCB at the front that apparently allows you to boot into a Linux distro to search for (and presumably playback) media files."
More info at Bit Tech.


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