Lian Li shows dual-mode Odyssey case at Computex

Posted on Monday, May 27 2019 @ 09:46 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Lian Li shows off its new Odyssey cases at Computex, these have two modes: X-Dynamic and X-Performance:
LIAN LI makes its entry into the special form factor showcase world with the Odyssey X, a one of a kind 2 in 1 morphable PC chassis designed with the help of Der8auer. While the Odyssey X is designed to offer everything you would expect from LIAN LI in a well-rounded DIY oriented case, it provides a unique level of customization with its ability to change between two modes, Performance vs Dynamic. While the Performance mode is designed to provide more space for thick radiators, one at the front and one on the side, it keeps a more classic style. When assembled in Dynamic mode, the all aluminum Odyssey X is more aggressive and stylish, making it a real looker.
Lian li Odyssey cases

Next there's also the somewhat more conventional TU150:
Designed to cater to the latest PC DIY trends, the TU150 functionalities are inspired by the market leaders TU100 and TU200. Notable improvements include a redesign of the iconic handle which is now retractable and can vanish seamlessly into the chassis top panel to leave room to a stylish system for all to admire. In addition, the top panel gained depth from the handle leaves enough room for proper cable management, an essential feature in mini-ITX cases. Available with an aluminum side panel or a tempered glass side panel, the TU150 lets the user display their RGB enthusiasm or remain classy and subtle. Keeping the DIY spirit in mind, the TU150 remains a roomy mini-ITX case with plenty of space for cable management, room for a 120mm fan at the front and the rear for good air circulation and temperature control, and enough depth for a 172mm tall air cooler or a 120mm AIO.
Lian Li TU 150

And the Lancool II:
The newest addition to the LANCOOL series is the perfect combination of functionality and flexibility. Featuring flip panels all around, accessibility reaches a new level never achieved before. The hinged glass panels and two bottom PSU shroud panel mean the users can easily manage the cable, and also access their HDD and SSD without untying or ruining their cable management. The LANCOOL II also takes a step further towards better cable management by featuring cable covers that allow you to hide all your cables on the right side of the case, for a seamless built finish to be appreciated through the glass panel. Optimized for cooling while maintaining a unique look, the LANCOOL II features a quick connect LED-lit front panel, manageable via some buttons featured on the same panel, as well as two huge mesh on the front bezel for unrestricted airflow. In addition, the easily detachable fan mounting bracket near the bezel is designed to provide additional air intake as well as horizontal movement to allow the installation of thicker radiators or simply to move the fan away from the bezel.
LanCool II

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