Tuesday, May 25th 2010

Lian Li Gives Sneak Preview of New Cases to be Launched at Computex 2010

Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd., the award-winning, aluminum computer chassis manufacturer, is ready to present itself at one of world's largest computer exhibitions - COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2010 - in Nangang, Taipei, Taiwan from 1 ~ 5 June 2010. Visitors will be able to check out a variety of products under both the Lian Li and Lancool brands.

It is even more exciting that visitors will be able to check out total of seven brand-new products displayed at Lian Li's booth for the first time during this year's Computex. In addition to the new Lancool case available in three colors, there will be the new generation of V-series, Q-series and C-series under the Lian Li brand. The Corporation has fully demonstrated itself in offering top-quality and full-range features on all form factors including the HPTX, ATX, micro-ATX and HTPC.
Lian Li likes to invite all interested parties to visit its booth - #J1209a, see and touch its existing products under both brands of Lian Li and Lancool, and get a sneak-peak at what is coming up in the Fall. This is also a great opportunity to meet with one of Taiwan's largest and most reputable aluminum PC case manufacturers - Lian Li - and discuss potential partnerships on channel distribution.

Pictured above are new models of the Q-series and V-series which will be launched at Computex.
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7 Comments on Lian Li Gives Sneak Preview of New Cases to be Launched at Computex 2010

#1
slyfox2151
there not very good at first impressions with the wires hanging all over the place
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InnocentCriminal
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Looks like a USB3 version of the PC-Q07 - I'm trying to decide which one I like more.
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fochkoph
Nice, a new V-Series. Is that a whopping ELEVEN expansion slots?! :rockout:
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WarEagleAU
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one of those looks like that cube from Shuttle PC is it? Odd looking but cool too.
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InnocentCriminal
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WarEagleAU, post: 1907519"
one of those looks like that cube from Shuttle PC is it? Odd looking but cool too.
No offence but I can't say these look anything like Shuttle's XPCs.
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