Review : Lian Li PC-6089A Aluminum case

Posted on Friday, Nov 08 2002 @ 16:33 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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


Review Link :
HardwareZone


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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