COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2008 I've always loved Lian Li for their simplistic clean designs and ability to make everything out of aluminum. Stopping by their booth this time, they take the time to show us what's hot about their latest case design.
They have moved the PSU, HDDs and drive bays to the top of the case and the motherboard remains in the bottom in an effort to separate the airflow more.
The front has no drive bays because they poke out either side, with the ability to choose left or right depending on your case positioning.
The front comes off to reveal an easily removable plastic dust filter that you can wash.
Moving on from that we were show their budget name Lancool, the idea is to retain some of the same good external looks of the Lian Li cousins but make them more affordable by using steel internally.