Monday, May 28th 2018

Lian Li LanCool One Chassis Pictured

At this year's CES, we heard whispers about Lian Li resurrecting its LanCool brand of cases that deviate from Lian Li's core style, and combines them with lower-cost materials. LanCool's comeback creation is the LanCool One, a feature-rich full-tower case with a focus on practicality and features. The case is characterized by a French door-looking front fascia with RGB LED elements along the divider, and brushed aluminium cladding; tempered glass side-panels, and a contemporary ATX/E-ATX full-tower interior layout, including horizontal compartmentalization, a roomy crawlspace behind the motherboard tray to route your cables, and vertical expansion slots to let you show off your graphics card. The case could also feature a modern front-panel with type-C USB 3.1 ports. The LanCool One will be shown off at the 2018 Computex.
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7 Comments on Lian Li LanCool One Chassis Pictured

#1
Caring1
I can't imagine anyone carrying this thing to a Lan Party, which was part of the original LanCool design briefs.
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#2
DeathtoGnomes
I have the last case from Lancool gathering dust, the K62B, it was a great case for air cooling with the 140mm fans. I remember now that I ordered one of the snap on dust covers from the Lancool website and, sadly, still never received it.
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#3
PowerPC
That plastic stripe on the front ruins the whole esthetic. Also it looks like a fridge.
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#4
phanbuey
I whish lian li went back to making the v-series cases cases they made 10+ years ago - IMO they look better than the aquariums they're coming out with these days:

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#5
DeathtoGnomes
Caring1, post: 3847519, member: 153156"
I can't imagine anyone carrying this thing to a Lan Party, which was part of the original LanCool design briefs.
The plastic strip could easily be(come) a lighting strip.
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#6
Melvis
Is this the camel toe edition or something?
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#7
bonehead123
PowerPC, post: 3847583, member: 159951"
That plastic stripe on the front ruins the whole esthetic. Also it looks like a fridge.
it IS a fridge, just without any of the cooling equipment inside :)
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