Lian Li PC-Q30 Mini-ITX case has a curved design

Posted on Tuesday, May 14 2013 @ 15:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Lian Li shows off the PC-Q30, a unique Mini-ITX aluminium case with a curved design and a front acrylic window. The device holds up to four 2.5" HDD/SSD storage devices, it supports SFX form factor power supplies and has room for a 140mm rear outtake fan. The case measures 223mm x 357mm x 300mm and weighs only 2.13kg. The interior supports VGA cards with a maximum length of 200mm, PSUs as long as 125mm and CPU coolers with a maximum height of 130mm.

The PC-Q30 will start shipping in June for $149 and it will be available in black and silver. .
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces a new brushed aluminum Mini-ITX chassis – PC-Q30. With its curve-shaped design and large acrylic front window the fully aluminum PC-Q30 allows users to show off their systems, and is sure to be the talking piece of any room.

Whether in the living room, bedroom, or office, the PC-Q30 with its curve-shape and brushed aluminum finish takes visual command without being ostentatious. Additionally, DIY builders can put their stylized internal components and intricate builds on full display – as they should not be hidden from sight.

Thanks to the two expansion slots on the top of the chassis, the PC-Q30 supports graphics cards up to 200mm (7.8”). For storage, up to four 2.5” hard drives or SSDs can be mounted in the removable hard drive cage at the bottom of the chassis.

A 140mm fan in the rear of the chassis expels hot air, while ventilation on the top and side allows for cool air to enter. A small form factor power supply up to 125mm (4.9”) is placed on rubber pads in order to reduce vibrations.

The front of the PC-Q30 is minimalistic in aesthetics and houses the dual LED illuminated power button that glows blue when on and red while loading. The I/O panel with two USB 3.0 ports and HD audio connections is located on the left side of the front of the chassis to not interrupt the elegant aesthetics.
Lian Li PC-Q30

Lian Li PC-Q30

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