Specifications, Availability and Pricing
Starting with the basics, the PC-K62 is a full steel chassis with a plastic front bezel that is well ventilated with mesh removable panels. Unlike some of the others in the Dragon Lord series, the PC-K62 does in fact come with a side panel window for those who love to see inside their case during operation. The LanCool is painted inside and out a nice flat black and has holes in the motherboard tray for both wiring and access to the CPU backplates. From what I have seen so far, LanCool packs most of today's case buyers "must haves" into this chassis.
Cooling in the PC-K62 is accomplished with three 140mm blue LED fans that flood the inside of the chassis in a bright blue glow. One of the 140mm fans is placed in the bottom of the front to induce colder air into the chassis, while two 140mm fans and a 120mm fan pull the air out the top (140mm) and the rear (120mm). They not only allow for great air movement inside the chassis, but the 1000RPM speed of these fans keeps them at a very low hum. LanCool made a good compromise between "bling" and fan efficiency with the supplied fans.
There are only thirteen e-tailers that pop up in Google shopping currently, but as I said before this chassis is for the budget minded buyers. The highest price I saw this chassis listed for was just under $130 plus shipping. This places it right smack in the middle of most of the mid tower choices today based on price alone. Looking over at Newegg, I found the PC-K62 for 119.99 U.S. Dollars plus shipping to get one delivered to your door. Let's move on and see what the LanCool PC-K62 offers for its budget pricing.
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