Lian Li reveals the PC-05, PC-06 and PC-07 prototypes, a new line of cases that can be used as tower cases or at flat-bed, open-air cases. The PC-05 is a Mini-ITX model whereas the PC-06 is for Micro-ATX and the PC-07 for ATX-sized motherboard. The design is still subject to change, but the basis of the case is a tub-shaped metal structure that holds the motherboard and other key components in its tray. A large section of the front panel is open and the left side panel is made from tempered glass.
You can either place the case flat-on, making it an open-air case with its clear-acrylic panel removed, or you can place it along its side, to resemble a tower. The three feature a forward-oriented standard ATX PSU bay, a slimline optical drive bay, two or more 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays, and a PCI-Express 3.0 x16 riser, letting you install a graphics card. Lian Li is seeking feedback that will help it perfect the three.