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Review : Lian Li PC-6089A Aluminum case

Posted on Friday, November 08 2002 @ 16:33:56 CET by

HardwareZone reviewed the Lian Li PC-6089A Aluminum case :
For people who had the dough to flaunt their casings, there have been the exorbitantly priced Cooler Master casings made entirely from aluminum, carrying price tags of $500 on average and could cost more in countries like Australia. No sooner than Cooler Master gained a comfortable foothold in the high-end casings sector, Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd’s aluminum casings began to flood the retail shops with the aid of good marketing on Lian Li’s part to casual end-users. The best part of which is their pricing that undercuts Cooler Master by up to 1/3 and yet offers the same sort of build and features.

Just couple of months back, the Cooler Master line-up introduced the ATCS-210 series that offered thick coloured acrylic panels to titivate the frontal aspect of the casing to portray a lifestyle-like gadget appearance. Then again, the price tag is enough to upgrade 50% of your PC internals! Once again, we have Lian-Li to the rescue with their PC-6087A and PC-6089A, of which the latter model is the one that arrived in our lab. The PC-6087A has a green tint to its acrylic panel and the PC-6089A has its panel tinted in blue. Lets begin a tour of the casing.
nice, but expensive

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